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How many chemical reactions are possible regarding the formation of carbonic acid and the dissolving of calcite? A. 23 B. 10 C. 3 D. 2
How many chemical reactions are possible regarding the formation of carbonic acid and the dissolving of calcite? D. 2
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User: How many chemical reactions are possible regarding the formation of carbonic acid and the dissolving of calcite? A. 23 B. 10 C. 3 D. 2

Weegy: How many chemical reactions are possible regarding the formation of carbonic acid and the dissolving of calcite? D. 2
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User: Which gas is a source of natural groundwater pollution? A. Carbon B. Hydrogen C. Radon D. Oxygen

Weegy: Radon gas is a source of natural groundwater pollution. The answer is letter D. Radon gas is a radioactive product of the decay of naturally occurring uranium in the Earth's crust. [ Groundwater entering a house through a home water-supply system might release radon indoors where it could be breathed. ]
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User: The water table is the A. aquifer. B. zone of aeration. C. upper boundary of the zone of saturation. D. lower boundary of the zone of saturation.





Weegy: The water table is the Answer: C.upper boundary of the zone of saturation. (The water table is the upper surface of the zone of saturation. [ Water seeps into the ground through pore spaces in rock and soil) For more details go to [ ] ]
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User: Soil can best be described as the A. loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter. B. sandy bottom of the ocean's floor. C. layer of bedrock four layers beneath the Earth's surface. D. third layer beneath the Earth's surface.

Weegy: Soil can best be described as the A. loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter.
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