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    Why would you not need to calculate the uncertainty of a balance in an experiment to calculate the enthalpy change for hydration of copper sulphate?
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    You would need the uncertainty from each piece of apparatus to calculate the error in enthalpy change, not the enthalpy change itself.
 
 
 
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