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  1. Lets say you collected a sample and you knew it had Aluminium Sulphate and Sulphuric Acid in it. You try to determine the amount of Sulphuric Acid and get a surprisingly high result. The results could be overstated because the barium perchlorate titration you used is specific to sulfate and cannot differentiate between H2SO4 or aluminium sulfate. Does anybody know of an analysis that would show the difference?? Ta
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