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What is the correct way to show carbon dioxide in the gas phase? A. CO (g) B. CO2 (g) C. CO2 (s) D. CO2 (gp)
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User: What is the correct way to show carbon dioxide in the gas phase? A. CO (g) B. CO2 (g) C. CO2 (s) D. CO2 (gp)

Weegy: The answer is B.
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User: What is the correct chemical formula to show water in the solid phase? A. H2O (l) B. H2O (s) C. H2O (aq) D. H2O (sp)

Weegy: B. H2O (s) is the correct chemical formula to show water in the solid phase.
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User: What is the correct way to show sodium chloride in aqueous solution? A. NaCl (s) B. NaCl (w) C. NaCl (as) D. NaCl (aq)

Weegy: The answer would be A. NaCl (s) to show water in the solid phase.
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