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DAT destroyer gen chem q.108

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I mean.. come on. I have been working in research for more than a year now and have been measuring volumes to tenths precisely.

How do you approach those questions? Is there a rule which measuring devices to use if you have a given volume?

Thanks.
Hey! You are russian, hu? "Ms. Tooth fairy" ;)
ok, i feel your frustration. I thought Buretts were only for titrations!!! But anyway the way I look at it- if the question says 12.3 thats the big clue to look for the most precise measuring tool, in this case the Burett. If it said 12 or 12.5, I would go with a pipette.
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