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Heather is doing an acid-base reaction. She has 25.00 mL of hydrochloric acid of unknown concentration in a flask. She wants to add a basic solution to the acid drop by drop, until all the acid has reacted. Which tool would be best for adding the basic solution dropwise and for most precisely measuring the volume of solution added? a graduated cylinder an eye dropper a beaker a buret

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  1. Rushwr
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    A buret is more accurate . The volumes will be small so it's definitely not a graduated cylinder. For precise measurements we can't use an eyedropper. Using a beaker is nt accurate.

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