(a) Interpretation: The effect of increase in the flow rate on the elution time of supercritical carbon dioxide in an SFC experiment is to be explained at constant pressure and temperature. Concept introduction: The time that falls in between the entry of the solute into the column and the starting of elution of the solute is termed as the elution time. There are in total three factors that affect the elution time such as flow rate, pressure and temperature.

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Chapter 29, Problem 29.7QAP
Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

The effect of increase in the flow rate on the elution time of supercritical carbon dioxide in an SFC experiment is to be explained at constant pressure and temperature.

Concept introduction:

The time that falls in between the entry of the solute into the column and the starting of elution of the solute is termed as the elution time. There are in total three factors that affect the elution time such as flow rate, pressure and temperature.

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

The effect of increased pressure on the elution time of supercritical carbon dioxide in an SFC experiment is to be explained at constant pressure and temperature.

Concept introduction:

The time that falls in between the entry of the solute into the column and the starting of elution of the solute is termed as the elution time. There are in total three factors that affect the elution time such as flow rate, pressure and temperature.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

The effect of increased temperature on the elution time of supercritical carbon dioxide in an SFC experiment is to be explained at constant pressure and temperature.

Concept introduction:

The time that falls in between the entry of the solute into the column and the starting of elution of the solute is termed as the elution time. There are in total three factors that affect the elution time such as flow rate, pressure and temperature.

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