Problem: Calculate the error for the molar mass of acetic acid, CH 3CO2H. The atomic masses for each element are C = 12.0106 ± 0.0010, H = 1.00798 ± 0.00014, and O = 15.9990 ± 0.0008

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Calculate the error for the molar mass of acetic acid, CH 3CO2H. The atomic masses for each element are C = 12.0106 ± 0.0010, H = 1.00798 ± 0.00014, and O = 15.9990 ± 0.0008

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