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    I'm doing my chemistry c.w and my independant variable was temperature and dependant was concentration (of a nearly insoluble substance) ... but obviously, the volume increased with temperature so when i measured 20ml with a bulb pipette at 60deg there would be less moles of water/dissolved substance than at 19. I need an equation to correct this i.e one that would give me the equivalent volume at room temperature? I've looked all over the internet but it's too confusing, there are too many unknowns in all the equation's i've found

    Can someone please point me in the right direction?

    Thank you!!!
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