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Dead Volume = 2.785 ml

 

Table 5 Retention Data for (S) 4-Benzyl-2-Oxazolidinone

Ethanol v/v V'B (5˚C) V'B (15˚C) V'B (25˚C) V'B (35˚C) V'B (45˚C)
10 % 50.49 ml 42.59 ml 34.60 ml 30.79 ml 26.04 ml
20 % 22.61 ml 18.75 ml 15.39 ml 13.00 ml 11.45 ml
30 % 13.35 ml 11.28 ml   9.63 ml   8.20 ml   7.14 ml
40 %   9.51 ml   7.85 ml   6.46 ml   5.52 ml    4.90 ml
50 %   6.36 ml   5.51 ml   4.06 ml   4.05 ml   3.44 ml

Dead Volume = 2.785 ml

 

The retention volume and the dead volume were measured in duplicate at 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4 and 0.5 volume fractions of ethanol in hexane and at temperatures of 5˚C, 15˚C, 25˚C, 35˚C and 45˚C respectively. The corrected retention volume was taken as the difference between the retention volume of the solute and the retention volume of the peak obtained for pure ethanol, for each solvent mixture. The retention data for each enantiomer, (S) and (R) 4-benzyl-2-oxazolidinone (taken as the average for each pair of measurements) at each temperature and for each solvent mixture is shown in tables 4 and 5.