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If some volatile impurities in the crucible are removed from the hydrated MgSO4 along with the water, is the reported mass of water removed too high or too low. Explain.

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  2. If the volatile impurities are not burned off the crucible and cover,how does this affect the reported percent of water

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  3. if some volatile impurities in the crecible are not burned off in step 1 but are removed in step 4 , is the reported percent mass of water in the hydrated salt too high or to low?

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