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Stacy runs a paper chromatography experiment using the same ink, but two different solvents. Using solvent A results in the ink separating into three bands, but solvent B does not carry the ink away from the original spot. Which of the following could explain the results? Question 8 options: Solvent B was not a good mobile phase because it could not dissolve the ink. The ink was a pure substance and dissolved in both solvents. The ink was a mixture, but only in solvent A. Solvent A was not a good mobile phase because it could not dissolve the ink.

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