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Experimental Error
Much confusion surrounds this simple requirement you will have to meet in most labs. Here you go! Understand and use it.

DEFINITION: An experimental error is a limitation of a procedure or an instrument that causes an inaccuracy in the quantitative results of an experiment. A human error is not considered a source of error under this definition. Students should strive to identify, and understand, experimental errors in their procedures whenever possible.

 Chapter 1:  (Introduction to Chemistry)
 Chapter 3:  (Matter - Properties and Change)
 Chapter 5:  (Electrons in Atoms)
 Chapter 9:  (Covalent Bonding)
 Chapter 10:  (Chemical Reactions)
 Chapter 11:  (The Mole)
 Chapter 13:  (States of Matter)
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