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Depending on the ink and the solvent used for the chromatography, the ink might also migrate and be separated into its components or smear over the paper. With the graphite of a pencil, this will not happen.

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Q: In preparing the filter paper for chromatographic analysis a pencil was used when drawing the baseline on which to position the spots of metal ion solutions. Why is ink never used?
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