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However, neither approach would lead to a K(z) profile. Thus, the use of incremental transfer free energies may be most advantageous for thermodynamics measurements because the phase ratio (or the volume to interfacial area ratio) will simply cancel when comparing two analytes. 8 Pressure and pore curvature effects There are other effects which have been modeled by our group, which we mention in passing as they are also part of the RPLC mechanism story. Simulations can also be used to elucidate the effects of pressure.
There is currently little molecular-level information on the mechanism of tailing for basic compounds interacting with silanols. Modeling the solute-silanol interactions for basic compounds is extremely challenging because of the potential for charge transfer or even proton transfer. Thus, we did not attempt to simulate basic solutes and this hypothesis is indirect. It is known that solute retention is affected by EPG phases [40–43,88,89]. 8). For n-butane, the K(z) profiles for the two EPG phases retain the bimodal distribution also observed for the ODS, but the peak heights are reduced by factors of ≈ 3 and ≈ 6 for the amide and ether phases, respectively, due to greater solvent penetration compared to the ODS phase with the same grafting density in contact with 33% methanol.
Spatial sampling is very important for simulating RPLC. To determine the retention mechanism (for example, adsorption versus partition) one needs to know exactly where the solutes prefer to reside within the stationary phase with great precision. The preceding paragraphs demonstrated the importance of the particle transfer moves for the precise sampling of the distribution of solvent and solute molecules in the RPLC system. Another important aspect of the simulation is that the structure of the stationary phase chains is adequately sampled.