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Which properties would be ideal in selecting the compound to be used as a primary standard for quantitative volumetric analysis? HygroscopicVaporLiquidExpensiveSome PurityVolatileNot HydroscopicSolidStableLow Molecular Weight

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Which properties would be ideal in selecting the compound to be used as a primary standard for quantitative volumetric analysis?

Hygroscopic
Vapor
Liquid
Expensive
Some Purity
Volatile
Not Hydroscopic
Solid
Stable
Low Molecular Weight

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