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Answer / kishor solanke
Capacity Factor means amount of analyte in the sample
retained on column with respect to unretained material &
Therotically obtained as below:
Capacity Factor= ________ Where, RT1 is retention
RT0 time of peak of interest &
RT0 is retention time of unretained peak.
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Answer / prathyu.chunduru
Its the ratioo of concentration of analytei in stationary phase to the conc of analyte in mobile phase
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