This paper deals with the distribution of any observation, $x_i$, in an ordered sample of size $n$ from a normal population with zero mean and unit standard deviation. The distribution has been developed as a series of Gamma functions, and has been used to obtain the distribution of $q_i = (x_i/s)$, where $s$ is an independent estimate of the standard deviation with $\nu$ degrees of freedom. In a similar manner the distribution of the Studentized maximum modulus $u_n = | x_n/s |$ has been obtained and upper 5 per cent points of $q_n$ and upper and lower 5 per cent points of $u_n$ have been given. The method of obtaining the different distributions essentially depends on appropriate expansions of the normal probability integral and its powers in the intervals $- \infty$ to $x$ and 0 to $x$.
"On the Distribution of the Ratio of the ith Observation in an Ordered Sample from a Normal Population to an Independent Estimate of the Standard Deviation." Ann. Math. Statist. 25 (3) 565 - 572, September, 1954. https://doi.org/10.1214/aoms/1177728724