What would happen to the melting point and the range
2-Methylbenzamide and 3-nitrobenzoic acid both have a melting point of 140.1 - 140.4 °C. However, if you mixed them together and took the melting point, it would not be 140.1 - 140.4 °C. Why not? What would happen to the melting point and the range?
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