# GATE2014-7

If the dissociation constant for solute-adsorbent binding is $K_D$, the retention time of the solute in a chromatography column

1. increases with increasing $K_D$
2. decreases with increasing $K_D$
3. passes through minimum with increasing $K_D$
4. is independent of $K_D$

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