## corrected retention volume

in gas chromatography
https://doi.org/10.1351/goldbook.C01345
The corrected retention volume, $$V_{\text{R}}^{0}$$, is given by $V_{\text{R}}^{0}=j\ V_{\text{R}}$ where $$j$$ is the pressure @G02669@ correction factor for a homogeneously filled column of constant diameter and $$V_{\text{R}}$$ is the @R05366@. This quantity is of limited use because it is influenced by the volumes of the sample injector and detector, as well as the interstitial volume of the column.
Source:
Orange Book, 2nd ed., p. 104 [Terms]