The effects of sample size, liquid loading, particle size, column length, and column temperature on retention volumes were studied and separation factor, column efficiency, partition coefficient, and heat of solution were also obtained by gas-liquid chromatography. The feed materials were chosen by similar boiling points as diethylether, dimethoxymethane and dichloromethane. The relations between retention volume and above mentioned various variables were obtained. Separation factor was more affected by column temperature than other variables, and decreased with the temperature. HETP increased almost linearly with sample size. From the exponential relationship between partition coefficient and column temperature heat of solution of each material was calculated.
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