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The ratio between the rates of travel of the solvent and the particular compound in question is constant under standard conditions and is designated the Rf of that compound: distance traveled by compound Rf = distance traveled by solvent It is, however, constant only under specified standard conditions, and in practice comparison with authentic standard substances is necessary. 2. Paper Chromatography of Sugars Paper chromatography was first applied to the separation of sugars by Partridge ( P l ) .
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