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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 3:16pm.

10 g of acetic acid are combined with 5 g of sodium bicarbonate in a beaker with a mass of 25 g. After the reaction, the mass of the beaker with the new solution was only 39 g. How ould this change in mass be explained?

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