A student failed to notice an air bubble trapped in the tip of the buret during their experiment. What effect does this have on the calculated molarity of the NaOH solution?

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  1. M = mols/L
    The air bubble makes the buret read a smaller number so a smaller number in the denominator makes a larger M.

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