What are the general steps in developing an isocratic separation for reversed-phase chromatography with one organic solvent?
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ICE Tables Friday, January 26, 2018 3:50 PM K pK cRT) . n N = change of moles of GAS K p Equilibrium constant for pressure K c Equilibrium constant for concentration R = 0.08201 Lxatm/molxK T = Temperature in Kelvin Q - the ratio pf products to reactants (to the power of their stoichiometric coefficients) of concentrations or activity at any give time If Q < eq ---> not enough products If Q = eq ---> reaction is at equilibrium If Q > eq ---> Too many products ICE = Initial Change Equilibrium Reaction: N 2 O 2--> 2NO In this problem, we start with 2 mol of N and O 2 2 N2 O2 2NO Initial 2 2 0 Change -x -x +2x
Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
Author: Daniel C. Harris
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