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    Hello. Can anyone help in evaluating a chemistry practical. I heated hydrated iron crystals and I did a titration. I know all the evaluations are pretty much the same, so it can be an evaluation on any chemistry experiment really. Any suggestions? Help will be very appreciated.
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    Accuracy of equipment; affect of this on results. You might also want to mention any loop-holes in your procedure, i.e. if your procedure needs refining, to make the results more accurate.
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    Suggestions of further work you could do are generally recommended. Any problems you had - perhaps you had to make up a solution and couldn't be sure if you got all the solid dissolved, etc. Sometimes when you heat things you can't keep the temperature constant, you may have conducted different parts of the experiment on different days, solutions may not have been homogenous, crystals may not have been pure, etc. Anything that would have stopped it being a fair/accurate test.
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    cheers
 
 
 
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