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    The solvent used for A :Cyclohexane:chloroform (75:25)
    The solvent Used for B: Ethyl ether:acetone (70:30).
    how can I mix solvent would you try next and explain why based on the two sets of results? what have to do to confirm the identity of these spots?

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    So solvent system A is mostly non-polar (cyclohexane). The two spots are fairly polar, so they don't go up the plate a whole lot. Now when you switch to a polar system B, both go up a lot as most ...

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