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Reversedphase behavior is also observed in HPLC on silica gel dynamically modified by adsorption of a long-alkyl surfactant, where the increasing concentration of the organic solvent during gradient elution speeds up the elution not only by increasing the elution strength of Fig. ). 4 mol/L Na2SO4 to 40% (v/v) methanol in water in 15 min at 1 mL/ min. Detection: UV, 230 nm; column temperature 40jC. naphthalene sulfonic acids: 1,3,5,7-tetra (1), 1,3,6-tri (2), 1,3,5-tri (3), 1,3,7-tri (4), 1,5-di (5), 2,6-di (6), 1,6-di (7), 2,7-di (8), 1,3-di (9), 1,7-di (10), 1-(11), 2-(12), unidentified less polar impurities (X).
17) for the elution volumes VR in normal-phase chromatography with linear gradients [2,54]: i 1 1h A ðmþ1Þ ðm þ 1ÞBk0 Vm þ Aðmþ1Þ VR ¼ À þ Vm ð17Þ B B In normal-phase systems where the three-parameter Eq. (16) should be used to describe the isocratic retention, the elution volumes can be calculated using Eq. (18) [2,68,69]: o 1 1 n a þ Ab ðmþ1Þ ðmþ1ÞbBVm þ ½a þ Abðmþ1Þ þ Vm ð18Þ VR ¼ À bB bB If the elution volumes in gradient elution are described by Eq. (17), the solution of Eq. (8) yields Eq.
4,26,27]. Theoretically, it should be possible to compensate for any nonlinear dependence of log k on u by designing an appropriate complementary gradient profile, but setting a suitable program for an exactly linear change in log k during the gradient elution can be impractically tedious and often is not feasible with many commercial instruments. An easier approach, which can be used for a great variety of combinations of gradient programs and chromatographic phase systems, divides the function characterizing changes in k with increasing V (or t) into two partial contributions [2,3,54] 1.