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What is the amount of matter in an object or a substance that can be measured by a laboratory balance? A. weight. B. volume. C. temperature. D. mass.
B. volume.
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User: What is the amount of matter in an object or a substance that can be measured by a laboratory balance? A. weight. B. volume. C. temperature. D. mass.





Weegy: B. volume.
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User: can you explain

Weegy: Let me re correct my previous answer: Mass is used to calculate the proper amounts of reagents to be used in a chemical reaction, to measure the amount of product produced and to calculate the efficiency of a reaction.
Expert answered|chikaygoods|Points 170|

User: so teh answer is mass right?

Weegy: yes!
Expert answered|chikaygoods|Points 170|

User: okay thnk you

Weegy: your welcome,, do you have another question?
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User: no tht's it thnk you have a nice nite ;)

Weegy: same with you..:D
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