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SUppose that not all of the NaCl dissolved in the water in step 7, EXPLAIN this error would affect your reported percent of:

NH4Cl

NaCl

SiO2

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  1. What is step 7? For that matter what are steps 1 through 6? And what does all that have to do with NH4Cl and SiO2? We aren't privy to the experiment you conducted.

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