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. The melting and boiling temperatures of what pure substance are used as standards in the main scales of temperature? A. mercury B. copper C. water D. oil or E. ice cream
A. mercury. the triple point of mercury, -38.8344 °C, is a fixed point used as a temperature standard for the International Temperature Scale
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User: . The melting and boiling temperatures of what pure substance are used as standards in the main scales of temperature? mercury copper water oil ice cream

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User: . The melting and boiling temperatures of what pure substance are used as standards in the main scales of temperature? A. mercury B. copper C. water D. oil or E. ice cream

Weegy: A. mercury. the triple point of mercury, -38.8344 °C, is a fixed point used as a temperature standard for the International Temperature Scale
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