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1)Are metals more reactive with water or with dilute HCl? Why?

2)Is weighing balance the same as mass balance?

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    Dilute HCl. Wouldn't dilute HCl provide more electrolyte?

    A mass balance could be an inertial balance as well as a gravity weighting balance.

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