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    So I've done a finding the Mr titration practical (AQA AS Chem).... but during the practical write up I calculated my experimental error to be greater than my apparatus error. >>>>> 11.4%>1.215% hence inaccurate results. Does this matter and do I need it to be accurate to pass the competency?


    Also, why could a weighing balance of resolution +- 0.5cm^3 not be suitable?
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