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If a 200-mm test tube is substituted for the gas buret in a Aluminum Analysis experiment ( collect H2 from the sample ,and measure its pressure and volume ,
then, find out its number of moles and Aluminum's percent in the sample) ,indicate the additional measurements you will make .

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