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What is the mass of one mole of carbon dioxide, CO2?
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Which is NOT a type of fracture? A. earthy B. perfect C. splintery D. conchoidal
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B. perfect is not a type of mineral fracture
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Which type of crystal system is also known as cubic, includes diamonds, and has three axes of symmetry that are at right angles to each other? A. triclinic B. isometric C. tetragonal D. monoclinic
Weegy: A. triclinic User: What are the two main types of luster? A. dense and porous B. coarse and smooth C. metallic and nonmetallic D. striated and non-striated Weegy: answer is C. There are two main types of Luster: metallic and non-metallic. Metallic luster can run the range from highly reflective (like polished metals) (More)
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What is one of the better ways to identify most minerals? A. looking at the color B. checking for magnetism C. determining if it is radioactive D. using the Mohs scale of hardness
Weegy: A. looking at the color User: What the name for the color of the powder left behind when a mineral is rubbed across a hard surface? A. luster B. streak C. tenacity D. fracture Weegy: B. streak is the color of the powder left behind when a mineral is rubbed across a hard surface. Your answer is B. streak. User: Which is NOT a type of fracture? A. earthy B. perfect C. splintery D. conchoidal Weegy: B. perfect (More)
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Which of the six principles of the Constitution can be described as the sharing of powers between national and state governments? A. limited government B. judicial review C. federalism D. popular sovereignty
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FEDERALISM can be described as the sharing of powers between national and state governments.
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