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In Part I the solution of M2CO3 + HCL is transferred to volumetric flask and diluted to precisely 250.0 mL. Why must this be done?

In Part I the solution of M2CO3 + HCL is transferred to volumetric flask and diluted to precisely 250.0 mL. Why must this be done? In other words, why is it not possible to titrate aliquots taken directly from the beaker?

If solid alkali metal carbonate were spilled during the transfer to the beaker, how would the calculated molar mass of M2CO3 be affected? explain.

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