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    Hello to everyone,

    I'm a GCSE Chemistry student and in preparation for an investigation we are about to do, we are required to find some secondary evidence to compare our findings with.

    The secondary evidence should be about an experiment looking at how changing the volume of a reactant in a precipitation reaction affects the amount of precipitate formed in said reaction.

    I've had a look online and I haven't been able to find anything thusfar (my classmates and I have been looking for some hours!). It seems like a very basic point to make, which is probably why very little exists on it

    If anyone would know where we could locate any relevant secondary evidence online, I'd be very grateful if you could link it through or point me in the right direction.

    Thank you ever so much and all the very best
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    Hello to everyone,

    I found a source of secondary evidence in the end, visible here, if anyone is in a similar position to me.

    All the very best!
 
 
 
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