5. During a chromatography experiment, a student calculated two Rr values. They are: A: 0.62 and B: 0.30. The solvent front for the original chromatogram was 12.0 cm. If A and B were run on a second chromatogram and the solvent front was 25.0 cm, how far apart would A be from B? Assume a baseline of zero. 93 n0 20c 9 19 qsbtup wogh db *444 99 6. Given the following data for two paper chromatograms, fill in the missing information Assume a baseline of zero. Show your work below. 341 CHROMATOGRAM A CHROMATOGRAM B Solvent Front 22.0 cm 12.0 cm Highest Point of the Dye 15.0 cm 11.0 cm 0.95 Ca Lowest Point 6.0 cm 10.05um of the Dye 0.95 Rr Value ం 200.409 0.79 a.0

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5. During a chromatography experiment, a student calculated two Rr values. They are:
A: 0.62 and B: 0.30. The solvent front for the original chromatogram was 12.0 cm. If A
and B were run on a second chromatogram and the solvent front was 25.0 cm, how far
apart would A be from B? Assume a baseline of zero.
93 n0 20c 9
19
qsbtup
wogh
db
*444
99
6. Given the following data for two paper chromatograms, fill in the missing information
Assume a baseline of zero. Show your work below.
341
CHROMATOGRAM A
CHROMATOGRAM B
Solvent Front
22.0 cm
12.0 cm
Highest Point
of the Dye
15.0 cm
11.0 cm
0.95 Ca
Lowest Point
6.0 cm
10.05um
of the Dye
0.95
Rr Value
ం
200.409
0.79
a.0

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5. During a chromatography experiment, a student calculated two Rr values. They are: A: 0.62 and B: 0.30. The solvent front for the original chromatogram was 12.0 cm. If A and B were run on a second chromatogram and the solvent front was 25.0 cm, how far apart would A be from B? Assume a baseline of zero. 93 n0 20c 9 19 qsbtup wogh db *444 99 6. Given the following data for two paper chromatograms, fill in the missing information Assume a baseline of zero. Show your work below. 341 CHROMATOGRAM A CHROMATOGRAM B Solvent Front 22.0 cm 12.0 cm Highest Point of the Dye 15.0 cm 11.0 cm 0.95 Ca Lowest Point 6.0 cm 10.05um of the Dye 0.95 Rr Value ం 200.409 0.79 a.0

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