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Chem 132: In a chloride ion determination, you actually titrated 50.0 mg/L standard chloride solution but you got 46.2 mg/L. Calculate your percent error.

  Question: In a chloride ion determination, you actually titrated 50.0 mg/L standard chloride solution but you got 46.2 mg/L. Calculate your percent error. Select one: a. 7.60% is the actual value larger or smaller than the experimental value? b. 0.076% c. -7.6% d. 42.5% e. -7.60% Answer a. 7.60   Want to get help with

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Chem 132: The Lewis structure for which of the following contains the greatest number of lone pairs of electrons?

  Question: The Lewis structure for which of the following contains the greatest number of lone pairs of electrons? Select one: a. H2O b. CH4 c. F2 d. H2 e. HF   Answer c. F2   Want to get help with all your chem 132 tasks? Post your Question Now, It’s free to post, cheap for you, and easy to hire. .

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