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The second spot B showed no compounds and nothing appeared with the iodine. The spot C had two compounds which iodine showed the second compound, with Rf 0.22mm which is caffeine and 0.76mm which is salicylamide. The fourth spot D had one compound that the iodine showed the spot and the Rf of 0...
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The fourth spot D had one compound that the iodine showed the spot and the Rf of 0.57mm which is acetaminophen. The fifth spot E had two compounds which iodine showed the second compound and the Rf are 0.20mm which is caffeine and 0.78mm which is salicylamide...
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