A simple gas chromatographic technique for the determination of the solubility of gases in low-volatile liquids was proposed. The procedure is based on the introduction of a certain volume of the liquid saturated with the gas at atmospheric pressure into a gas chromatograph. The solubility of carrier gases (helium, hydrogen, nitrogen, methane, and carbon dioxide) in various stationary liquid phases (SLP), such as pentadecane, polydimethylsiloxane PMS-100, and polyethylene glycol PEG-600, was studied. The carrier gases studied can be arranged in the following series by solubility in SLP: He<H2<N2<CH4<CO2. This order coincides with the series reflecting change in the retention values in GLC for different carrier gases.

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