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The ratio of concentration of solute in the solution to that in the gas phase, Mis/Mi,, that is, RT/y:VmoI,P:, is a distribution constant KD analogous to that in Equation (23-1). Hence The quantity KD is related to measurable quantities through the expression where Vi is the retention volume (Section 24-1) of component i, Vmthe volume occupied by the mobile gas phase in the column, and Vs the volume occupied by nonvolatile solvent in the column. Combining (2-34) and (2-35), we obtain RTV, R Tw, (2-36) (vi - vm) Vmo~arPiO (Vi - VmIPiOMs where ws is the weight of solvent in the chromatographic column and Ms its molecular weight.
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Chemical Analysis: An Advanced Text and Reference by Herbert August Laitinen, Walter E. Harris