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An element is a pure substance that contains only 1 type of ______. a. atom b. electron c. neutron d. molecule
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User: An element is a pure substance that contains only 1 type of ______. a. atom b. electron c. neutron d. molecule





Weegy: An element is a pure substance that contains only 1 type of a. atom
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User: Properties that make water feel wet are a. Adhesion b. Cohesion c. A and B d. None of the choices are correct.

Weegy: Adhesion
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User: Is this equation balanced: CH4 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O? a. yes: everything is balanced b. no: there are to many O atoms on the product side c. no: there are to many C atoms on both sides

Weegy: b. no: there are to many O atoms on the product side
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User: Properties that make water feel wet are a. Adhesion b. Cohesion c. A and B d. None of these choices are correct

Weegy: Adhesion
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User: Solutions that contain concentrations of H+ ions lower than pure water a. have pH values below 7 b. are acids. c. are bases d. are enzymes.

Weegy: c. are bases
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User: The number of neutrons and number of protons is always equal in in every element. a. True b. False

Weegy: b. False
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User: The unique properties of water are important to a. Ecology of lakes, streams, and oceans b. Plants the use water to transport nutrients c. Animals whose blood must contain water to move all chemicals they need to survive d. All of the other choices are correct

Weegy: d. All of the other choices are correct
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User: ________are substances that cause a solution to resist changes in pH. a. Solvents b. Solutes c. Salts d. Buffers

Weegy: d. Buffers
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User: A basic solution: a. has more H+ ions than OH- ions b. has fewer H+ ions than OH- ions. c. has the same concentration of H+ ions and OH- ions. d. has no H+ or OH- ions

Weegy: b. has fewer H+ ions than OH- ions
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User: A neutral solution: a. has more H+ ions than OH- ions b. has fewer H+ ions than OH- ions. c. has the same concentration of H+ ions and OH- ions. d. has no H+ or OH- ions

Weegy: d. has no H+ or OH- ions
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