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Experiment 10: Which Fuels provide the most heat?

There are many possible sources of error in this experiment. List three that you can think of. Would each error have a large effect, a medium effect, or a small effect on the calculated heat content of a fuel? Also indicate whether the calculated results would be too high, too low, or could go either way.

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