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Unformatted text preview: b. I knew the buret would be very accurate / precise when measuring water because it lets the water out at a constant rate, and this rate can be increased and or decreased. 2. The glass ware whose standard deviation was not in range of the accepted value included the 10mL graduated cylinder, and the volumetric pipet. I believe the error in the graduated cylinder came from misreading the meniscus, and coming up with an incorrect volume measurement. The volumetric pipet tended to lose or gain small amounts of water as you removed the pipet tip from the water. This could account for the numbers being outside of the standard deviation....
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- Spring '08