Adjusted retention of component 1 if relative retention is given
Adjusted retention of component 2 if relative retention is given
Adjusted retention time if retention time is given
Average width of peak id resolution and change in retention volume is given
Average width of peak if resolution and change in retention time is given
Capacity factor if partition coefficient and volume of mobile and stationary phase given
Capacity factor if retention time and mobile phase travel time is given
Capacity factor if retention volume and unretained volume is given
Capacity factor in terms of stationary phase and mobile phase
Capacity factor of solute 1 if relative retention is given
Capacity factor of solute 2 if relative retention is given
Change in retention time if half of average width of peaks are given
Change in retention time if resolution and average width of peak is given
Change in retention volume if resolution and average width of peak is given
Concentration of mobile phase if capacity factor is given
Concentration of stationary phase if capacity factor is given
Diffusion coefficient is standard deviation is given
Distribution ratio of solute A if separation factor is given
Distribution ratio of solute B if separation factor is given
Eddy diffusion in terms of Van Deemter Equation
Flow rate if retention volume and time given
Half of average width of peaks if resolution and change in retention volume is given
Half-width of peak if number of theoretical plates and retention time is given
Height of column if number of theoretical plates are given
Length of the column if number of theoretical plates and standard deviation is given
Length of the column if number of theoretical plates and width of peak is given
Length of the column if number of theoretical plates are given
Length of the column if standard deviation and plate height are given
Longitudinal diffusion in terms of Van Deemter Equation
Mass of 1st analyte according to scaling equation
Mass of 2nd analyte according to scaling equation
Molar concentration of the third component in first phase
Molar concentration of the third component in second phase
Nernst distribution law coefficient
Number of theoretical plate if resolution and separation factor is given.
Number of theoretical plates if length and height of column is given
Number of theoretical plates if length of column and standard deviation is given
Number of theoretical plates if length of column and width of peak is given
Number of theoretical plates if retention time and half-width of peak is given
Number of theoretical plates if retention time and standard deviation is given
Number of theoretical plates if retention time and width of peak is given
Partition coefficient of solute 1 if relative retention is given
Partition coefficient of solute 2 if relative retention is given
Plate height if standard deviation and length of column is given
Radius of 1st column according to scaling equation
Radius of 2nd column according to scaling equation
Relative retention if adjusted retention times are given
Relative retention if capacity factor of two components are given
Relative retention if partition coefficient of two-component is given
Resistance to mass transfer in terms of Van Deemter Equation
Resolution if number of theoretical plate and speration factor is given
Resolution of two peaks if half of average width of peaks are is given
Resolution of two peaks if the change in retention time is given
Resolution of two peaks if the change in retention volume is given
Retention time if adjusted retention time is given
Retention time if number of theoretical plate and half-width of peak is given
Retention time if number of theoretical plate and satndard deviation is given
Retention time if number of theoretical plates and width of peak is given
Retention time if retention volume is given
Retention time if the capacity factor is given
Retention volume if capacity factor is given
Retention volume if the flow rate is given
Separation factor if resolution and number of theoretical plates are given
Separation factor if two solutes A and B are present
Standard deviation if length of column and number of theoretical plates is given
Standard deviation if plate height and length of the column are given
Standard deviation if retention time and number of theoretical plates is given
Standard deviation of diffusive band spreading
Theoretical plate height in terms of Van Deemter Equation
Time for diffusion if standard deviation is given
Time taken by mobile phase travels through the column
Time taken to travel the mobile phase if capacity factor is given
Total concentration of solute in aqueous phase
Total concentration of solute in organic phase
Unretained volume if capacity factor is given
Volume of mobile phase if capacity factor and partition coefficient is given
Volume of mobile phase if capacity factor is given
Volume of stationary phase if capacity factor and partition coefficient is given
Volume of stationary phase if capacity factor is given
Width of peak if number of theoretical plate and retention time is given
Width of peak if number of theoretical plates and length of column is given