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What are the TLC Rf values influencing factors?

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Response Details: 1) factor that affects the Rf value of TLC is the polarity of the solvent. If the solvent is too polar all of the compounds can run right up the plate resulting in poor separation. 2) The RF value is used to established the identity
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The RF values in TLC are affected by various things. The most common is the solvent's room temperature. The polarity of the solvent is also another factor. ...
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