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    Basically, my experiment was the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. This was catalyzed by manganese (IV) oxide, and the amount of gas produced in a set time or at different intervals was measured.

    I used a weighing balance to measure the amount of catalyst,, used a burette for the measuring of H202. However, what would the expected limitations be in my practical procedure?

    Can anyone please comment on any idea of any limitation or stuff that will lead me to inaccurate results. Please anything small or just comment on any any limitation for any practical method, this will give me an idea of the limitation of mine. Thanks
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