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Generally, approx- 16 / Jandera imately 15 column hold-up volumes are necessary to reestablish the initial equilibrium after the end of the gradient, but the exact volume necessary for reequilibration depends on the chromatographic system and on the initial mobile phase at the start of the gradient. Further, the establishment of the equilibrium can be less than perfect with fast generic gradients used for high sample throughput in the laboratory. 3. It is assumed that the solute concentration is low enough for its distribution isotherm between the mobile and stationary phases to be linear, so that the retention factor is independent of the concentration of the solute.
In this case, preconditioning of the column for the next run should be performed by sequential washing with several solvents in the order of decreasing polarities, which is not very practical. Hence a single-step gradient elution technique with two miscible solvents such as hexane and 2-propanol should be preferred, if allowed by the polarity range of sample compounds. However, relay gradient elution can provide superior resolution for some complex mixtures. Chromatography of polar compounds on silica gel and on other polar stationary phases in mobile phases containing water [140–142] can yield improved separation for some strongly polar samples, but here the retention mechanism is based rather on liquid–liquid partition between the bulk mobile phase and the adsorbed liquid layer and is known as ‘‘hydrophilic interaction chromatography,’’ HILIC .
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. (19) for the solute bandwidths in normal phase gradient elution chromatography [2,54,126,144]: & ' m h iÀ mþ1 4Vm wg ¼ pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ 1 þ k0 ðm þ 1ÞBk0 Vm þ Aðmþ1Þ ð19Þ N For normal-phase systems where the three-parameter Eq. (16) applies, the bandwidths should be calculated using Eq. (20) [68,69]: & ' m h iÀ mþ1 4Vm ðmþ1Þ wg ¼ pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ 1 þ ðm þ 1ÞBbVm þ ða þ AbÞ ð20Þ N 34 / Jandera Equations (17) and (19) or Eqs.
Advances In Chromatography: Volume 43 (Advances in Chromatography) by Phyllis R. Brown, Eli Grushka, Susan Lunte