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Hi there everyone...im writing a discussion based on my study...its about vit.C determination. Im using HPLC and titration method..the titration results was ok and close to the nearest figure....what can i write on the discussion part about? ive seriously ran out of ideas..the physical state and results was explained...what else can i say? anybody thre to help me pls?
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