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i dont understand why we need to heat a solid first gently than strongly?
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i dont understand why we need to heat a solid first gently than strongly?
There must be two levels of decomposition. For example, maybe losing water of crystallisation first and then decomposing.
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There must be two levels of decomposition. For example, maybe losing water of crystallisation first and then decomposing.
ohhhh!
yeah i was going through the crystallisation question where they said u need to first heat the crucible gently and then strongly
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