A student is given a sample of an unknown liquid to test in the laboratory. The student thinks that the liquid is water. Which of the following properties of the sample is most helpful to determine if the liquid is water?
A. color of the liquid
B. mass of the liquid
C. volume of the liquid
D. boiling point of the liquid

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