Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis

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Help please with Carbon analysis. An air bubble accidentallyy enter the CO2-collection graduated cylinder after the completion of the reaction. How does this error affect the reported moles of CO2(g) collected--too high, too low, or unaffected? Explain.

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    if an air bubble accidentally enters the CO 2 collection graduated cylinder after the reaction is completed, the moles of CO 2 collected would be affected because the volume of CO 2 would be reported too high, if the volume is reported high, the moles would be reported too high as well

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