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Explain why the FeCl3-KCI-HCl solution was used as a reference solution. Suggest a procedure you could follow to determine whether it was necessary to use this solution as a reference or whether distilled water would have been just as satisfactory.

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    What experiment? Reference against what? I'm in the dark as to what you are asking.

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