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His equation had two C terms, one for mass transfer in the stationary phase, CS (similar to van Deemter), and one for mass transfer in the mobile phase, CM. The simple Golay equation is H= B + ( CS + C M ) u u (24) The B term of equation (24) accounts for the well-known molecular diffusion. The equation governing molecular diffusion is B = 2 DG (25) where DG is the diffusion coefficient for the solute in the carrier gas. 8 illustrates how a zone of molecules diffuses from the region of high concentration to that of lower concentration with time.
Regular replacement of septa should be mandatory. 4 shows schematically a packed column in a longitudinal cross section. The column itself is usually made of stainless steel and is packed tightly with 24 INSTRUMENT OVERVIEW Fig. 4. Packed column, longitudinal cross section. stationary phase on an inert solid support of diatomaceous earth coated with a thin film of liquid. The liquid phase typically constitutes 3%, 5%, or 10% by weight of the total stationary phase. Packed columns are normally three, six, or twelve feet in length.
For chromatography, the definition is RS = ( t R )B − ( t R )A 2d = ( w b ) A + ( w b )B (w b )A + ( w b )B 2 (21) where d is the distance between the peak maxima for two solutes, A and B. 7 illustrates the way in which resolution is calculated. Tangents are drawn to the inflection points in order to determine the widths of the peaks at their bases. Normally, adjacent peaks of equal area will have the same peak widths, and (wb)A will equal (wb)B. Therefore, equation (21) is reduced to RS = d wb (22) In Fig.