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-Suppose you carry out TLC separation of acetaminophen and ibuprofen on silica ggel using a nonpolaar developing solvent. which should have a higher Rf?

-Assuming that the drug components whose spots you identified dissolved completely when you stirred the tablet with 1:1 ethanol/dichloromethane, what was the solid that remained behind?

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    binder that can't be dissolved

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