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All living things contain carbon. What happens to the carbon in their bodies when they die?
Living Things may refer to: -Life, all objects that have self-sustaining processes (biology) -Organisms, contiguous living systems (such as animals, plants, fungi, or micro-organisms) -Living Things (band), [ an American alternative rock band -Living Things (album), by Matthew Sweet -Living Things, an album by Michael Tomlinson Thank you for using Weegy. ]
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User: All living things contain carbon. What happens to the carbon in their bodies when they die?

Weegy: Living Things may refer to: -Life, all objects that have self-sustaining processes (biology) -Organisms, contiguous living systems (such as animals, plants, fungi, or micro-organisms) -Living Things (band), [ an American alternative rock band -Living Things (album), by Matthew Sweet -Living Things, an album by Michael Tomlinson Thank you for using Weegy. ]
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User: what kind of mixture is orange juice?

User: what kind of mixture is apple juice?

User: is salt water compound?

Weegy: Salt is a crystalline compound, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring as a mineral, a constituent of seawater, etc., and used for seasoning food, as a preservative, etc.;
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User: is carbon dioxide compound?

Weegy: Dioxide : an oxide (as carbon dioxide) containing two atoms of oxygen in the molecule.
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User: is carbon dioxide an element?





Weegy: Yes, Carbon dioxide (chemical formula CO2) is a naturally occurring chemical compound composed of two oxygen atoms covalently bonded to a single carbon atom. [ Carbon dioxide is a compound because it is comprised of multiple elements (carbon and oxygen) chemically bonded together. ]
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