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out of orthonitroaniline and paranitroaniline which one will go at the top of TLC plate and why

It depends upon the stationary phase and the mobile phase, to some extent; however, o-nitroaniline is LESS polar than p-nitroaniline. A polar adsorbent will hold the para isomer more strongly than the orth isomer.

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