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If the volume of an object increases but the mass stays the same, which will happen to the density? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. It will increase. B. It will decrease. C. It will stay the same.
Weegy: If the volume of an object increases but the mass stays the same, density it will decrease. (More)
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Which statement is true about mixtures and solutions? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Solutions are mixtures with an uneven, or heterogeneous, distribution. B. Mixtures are solutions with an even, or homogenous, distribution. C. Solutions are mixtures with an even, or homogenous, distribution.
Weegy: Which statement is true about mixtures and solutions? C. Solutions are mixtures with an even, or homogenous, distribution. source: User: If you are looking for a substance that will easily dissolve in water, you should look for a substance with which properties? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. high corrosion B. high solubility C. low hardness Weegy: High solubility User: Water is the most common polar solvent. All of the following will dissolve, or be soluble, in water except _________. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. wax, which is made up of atoms that share electrons equally B. soap, which has molecules with one charged end and one uncharged end C. salt, which is made up of atoms that separate into charged ions when added to solutions Weegy: C. salt, which is made up of atoms that separate into charged ions when added to solutions User: Sarah added sugar to her iced tea, but it is not dissolving very quickly. Which can Sarah do to make the sugar dissolve faster? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Add more sugar. B. Heat the tea. C. Add more ice. Weegy: Sarah can B.HEAT THE TEA to make the sugar dissolve faster. User: If the volume of an object increases but the mass stays the same, which will happen to the density? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. It will increase. B. It will decrease. C. It will stay the same. Weegy: If the volume of an object increases but the mass stays the same, B. the density will decrease. (More)
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Colloids are mixtures that have floating particles? true or false
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Colloids are mixtures that have floating particles. FALSE.
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