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Homework Help: Orgo chem

Posted by Taylor on Monday, October 26, 2009 at 10:30am.

I have to find the boiling point of an unknown from a distillation experiment.
The boiling ranges from 88.0 degrees Celsius to 94 degrees Celsius
How can you find the boiling point when the points are graphed?
Three of the points are the same (94 degrees) then in the end it goes back down to 93.5 degrees.

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