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Q: Score: In any ordinary chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed; it is simply changed from one chemical substance to another. This principle is called the Law of: Definite
Composition Conservation of Matter Nuclear Change Inertness of Matter
A: In any ordinary chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed; it is simply changed from one chemical substance to another. This principle is called the Law of:Conservation of Matter
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User: Score: In any ordinary chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed; it is simply changed from one chemical substance to another. This principle is called the Law of: Definite Composition Conservation of Matter Nuclear Change Inertness of Matter

Weegy: In any ordinary chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed; it is simply changed from one chemical substance to another. This principle is called the Law of:Conservation of Matter
selymi|Points 10586|

User: In an open system, the vapor pressure is equal to the outside air pressure. true or false

User: According to the phase diagram for water, how is the state of water determined? proceed up a vertical line at any given temperature read the phase at the intersection of any given temperature and pressure at a given pressure proceed horizontally to the S-L or L-G line

Weegy: B.read the phase at the intersection of any given temperature and pressure.
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User: Which molecules shown in the Energy Distribution Graph are likely candidates for evaporation? molecules under the left end of the curve molecules under the apex of the curve molecules under the right end of the curve all molecules under curve "T2"

Weegy: Which molecules shown in the Energy Distribution Graph are likely candidates for evaporation?c)molecules under the right end of the curve
selymi|Points 10586|

User: Match the theoretical motions of particles with their associated phases. oscillation about a fixed point translation, vibration, rotation rotation and vibration liquid, solid, gas

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