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Experiment 8 Post Lab - Experiment8PostLab1,2,3,5&6...

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Experiment 8 Post Lab- 1,2,3,5,&6 10/03/2011 15:17:00 Samiya Channe 1. The precipitate falls to the bottom of the test tube, insoluble. It is no longer  available to react in the reaction. Either product could be the limiting agent. 2. The added mass of the water will make the filter paper have more mass than it  actually does. When the dry precipitate is then massed with this heavy filter paper, the  mass of the product will be calculated as less than what is actually there.  (For example. a dry filter paper has a mass of 0.2g and the total mass = 5.2g. the ppt =  5g if the paper was wet and massed and the mass of the paper alone was 0.5g and the 
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