Water content of a soil sample is the differenceof the weight of the given sample at the giventemperature and the weight determined afterdrying it for 24 hours at temperature ranging from
  • a)
    90º to 95ºC
  • b)
    95º to 100ºC
  • c)
    103º to 105ºC
  • d)
    105º to 110ºC
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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