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Unsaturated compounds are very reactive. true or false?
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User: How is ionization energy, E, related to a period of elements

User: Unsaturated compounds are very reactive. true or false?

Weegy: The statement is true.
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User: A hypothesis which appears to be verified by multiple experiments and/or researchers may become a

Weegy: A hypothesis which appears to be verified by multiple experiments and/or researchers may become a theory.
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User: A quantum is a unit of:

User: A quantum is a unit of energy?

User: The time required for a radioactive mass to reduce by a factor of 2 is called

User: The time required for a radioactive mass to reduce by a factor of 2 is called half life. true or false

User: Electrons located in the outermost shell of an atom are called

Weegy: Oxygen Atom - 6 valence electrons ...............
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User: 8,740 cm3 is the same as 8.74 L.

User: 8,740 cm3 is the same as 8.74 L. true or false

Weegy: True. 8740 cubic centimeters = 8.74 liters.
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