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A substance present in a reaction but not used up in the reaction is called a _____. A. product B. reactant C. catalyst D. transition state
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A substance that is present in a reaction but not used up in the reaction is called a Catalyst.
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General ________ led the United States forces during the Battle of New Orleans. A. Andrew Jackson B. Oliver Hazard Perry C. William Henry Harrison D. Richard Mentor Johnson User: What is a war hawk? A. someone who protests war B. someone who understands the complexity of war C. someone who rallies for war D. someone who neither objects nor endorses war, but instead stays neutral
Weegy: The answer is C. someone who rallies for war ; A war hawk, or simply hawk for short, is a term used in politics for someone favoring war in a debate over whether to go to war. War hawks are the opposite of war doves. [ The terms are derived through analogy with the birds of the same name: hawks are predators which attack and feed on other animals, whereas doves mostly eat seeds and fruit, and are historically a symbol of peace. ] User: When Great Britain blocked direct trade between France and the French colonies, United States merchants dodged regulations by making what kind of voyages? A. full transports B. broken voyages C. part-time tours D. random crossings (More)
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General Andrew Jackson led the United States forces during the Battle of New Orleans.
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When Great Britain blocked direct trade between France and the French colonies, United States merchants dodged regulations by making broken voyages.
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