The piece of lithium metal that you used was almost certainly contaminated with a small amount of oil. How would this affect your value for the atomic weight of lithium? Explain (Hint: for one of your trials plug in a value for the mad of Li that assumes that the Li sample was only 95% pure. Does the calculated atomic weight of Li get bigger or smaller when you do this?)
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