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Describe and explain how each of the following experimental errors or variations might affect your results. (a) you failed to dry the reaction flask after washing it with water. (b) you forgot to add the sulfuric acid. (c) you used twice the amount of acetic acid specified in the procedure. (d) you left out the sodium bicarbonate washing step. (e) your theromometer bulb was 1 cm higher than it should have been.

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    It would have been better if you had told us what experiment this is.

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