The use of an additive scheme of calculation of the indices of retention in gas-liquid chromatography
The manifestations of the inductive effect in gas-liquid chromatography are quantitatively explained by the principles of dipole-dipole interaction of the dissolved substance with the solvent.
A relationship was established between the sensitivity to the inductive effect of the contribution of the structural element to the index of retention and the static dielectric permeability of the stationary phase. An equation was obtained for considering the inductive effect on nonassociated stationary phases.
KeywordsPermeability Chromatography Stationary Phase Inductive Effect Additive Scheme
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