Characterization of fluorine containing stationary phases by linear solvation energy relationships
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Chemistry
Fluorine; Stationary phase (Chromatography); Solvation; Gas chromatography
Linear solvation energy relationships (LSER) have been used successfully in the characterization of GC stationary phases and other materials. The LSER model has also been used to quantify solubility properties of the solute and solvent, by directly correlating the retention of a given solute on a particular stationary phase to intrinsic properties, such as the thermodynamic partition coefficient K. ... Recent work in our group has focused on correlating specific solubility properties of the solvent with molecular/structural features. Such studies are called quantitative structure-solubility relationships (QSSR). In a continuing effort to develop these quantitative structure-solubility relationships, this work aimed at characterizing three fluorinated phases for the purpose of expanding the current LSER data base, and also to examine effects of fluorine on solubility properties.
Moraru-Hall, Dana M., "Characterization of fluorine-containing stationary phases by linear solvation energy relationships" (2000). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 1738.
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