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IF WE HAVE TWO SUBESTANCE(A/B)THE MELTING POINT A IS 125 AND FOR B THE M.P IS UNKNOWN,HOW COULD KNOW WE WITH HERE A/B ARE THE SAME SUB.OR DIFFRENT

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