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An air bubble is present in the stopcock at the start of the titration but is passed out during the titration. Would this error make your calculated molarity of zinc ions higher or lower than the true value?


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    I have no idea what you talking about BUT the volume of the buret will read too high so what effect will that have?

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    Ok, I got it, thanks Dr. Bob.

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