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Suggest two experimental errors which would result in too low a value for the acid EW. Explain how these errors result in a low value.

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    We need to to AT LEAST two things. What is EW? What experiment did you do and the procedure?

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    the percent composition by mass of a compoun is 76.0%C, 11.2% O. The molar mass of its compund is 284.5g/mol.what is the molecular formula of the compound

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