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    Im doing vitamin c investigation for my a2 chemistry coursework and everytime i do it i'm out by a factor of 6 0r 8....i was wondering whether you can make up titration results...if so how....and if anyone has any results for dcpip titration involving vit c...plz post
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    Im doing vitamin c investigation for my a2 chemistry coursework and everytime i do it i'm out by a factor of 6 0r 8....i was wondering whether you can make up titration results...if so how....and if anyone has any results for dcpip titration involving vit c...plz post
    This is quite funny really, there is a reason why there is a difference between experimental and theoretical results. It is down to errors or inaccuracies somewhere.
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    When you're at college doing it you'll always be quite far off because it's not ideal conditions to be doing a titration in, as long as you're reasonably close and get concurrent results then it's alright.

    Ps and if you don't get concurrent results then change your readings so you do get concurrent results:P
 
 
 
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