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Which of the following statements about metallic bonds is false? A. The resulting compound is a good conductor of electricity. B. The resulting compound has low melting and boiling points. C.
The resulting compound has a shiny surface. D. The resulting compound cannot be dissolved in water.
The false statement is: The resulting compound has low melting and boiling points. Metals often have high boiling points, with tungsten (5828 K) being extremely high.
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User: Which of the following statements about metallic bonds is false? A. The resulting compound is a good conductor of electricity. B. The resulting compound has low melting and boiling points. C. The resulting compound has a shiny surface. D. The resulting compound cannot be dissolved in water.

Weegy: The false statement is: The resulting compound has low melting and boiling points. Metals often have high boiling points, with tungsten (5828 K) being extremely high.
Expert answered|vjmeneses01|Points 126|

User: If the thermometer reads 20° Celsius, what's the temperature in Fahrenheit? A. 68° B. 72° C. 52° D. 36°

Weegy: °C x 9/5 + 32 = °F. 20°C x 9/5 +32 =68°F
Expert answered|vjmeneses01|Points 126|

User: If an atom contains 12 protons and 10 neutrons, what's its mass number? A. 22 B. 10 C. 12 D. 2

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If an atom contains 12 protons and 10 neutrons, its mass number is 12 + 10 = 22.
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