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Four known amino acids (AA) produce a chromatograph with Rf values as follows: AA1 =0.25, AA2 =0.66, AA3=0.50,AA4=0.80. A mixture of three amino acids yields spots that are 2 cm,5.2cm, and 6.4 cm from the organ. The solvent front is 8.0 cm from the origin. Which three of the four amino acids are contained in the mixture?

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