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Explain any sources of error in this experiment, including instrumental as well as experimental errors. How large are the instrumental errors relative to their values? For the experimental errors, include whether each error source is specific to either the cathode or the anode results or applies equally to both. If any trials were unsatisfactory, explain.Start by stating the size of the uncertainty or error (or both) and relating it to the size of the results. For example, is the deviation from a literature value 1% or 10%? Or, if you determined a standard deviation, does it represent a 1% uncertainty in the value or a 10% uncertainty in the value. Graders will not search for these numbers – you need to state them at the start of your analysis.The percent deviations of the anode from the theoretical mass loss (-0.06991g and -0.06952g) for Trial 1 and Trial 2 are 10.9% and 7.65% respectively, which are relatively large when considering the small values the experiment deals with. The percent deviations of the cathode from the theoretical mass gain