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- How would your value for the percentage yield be changed (increased, decreased, or remain the same) if:
a. you did not heat the product long enough to remove all of the water?


b. some of the product spattered out of the evaporating dish during heating?


c. After heating, you recorded 98.207 g instead of the actual 98.507 g" as the mass of the evaporating dish
+ watch glass + NaCl?

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