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What would be the sources of error for the lab of physical properties of two types of solids.
Solids used:sodium chloride and camphor
With: water and 6 ml isopropyl alcohol.

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    And what kind of an experiment are you conducting? What is the procedure?

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    Sodium and water don't mix (they explode)

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