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    'in sample 3' vs 'for sample 3'

    Dear teachers

    Do these sentences have the same meaning?

    A great amount of iron was found in sample 3 due to the high temperature.
    A great amount of iron was found for sample 3 due to the high temperature.

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    Re: 'in sample 3' vs 'for sample 3'

    No. Only number 1 makes sense to me.

    Rover

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