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A student conducts this experiment and finds the boiling point of the unknown to be 80 ± 3 °C. Use the table in the Physical Properties experiment to select all of the following compounds which might be the unknown

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    We can't help you with this problem since you didn't supply the table; however, you should be able to look up 80 +/-3C in the table provided.

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