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Convert 112°C to Kelvin.
112 degrees Celsius = 385.15 kelvin
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User: The radioactive particle that is positively charged and has two protons and two neutrons is the _____. alpha particle beta particle gamma ray neutron

User: Convert 112°C to Kelvin.

Weegy: 112 degrees Celsius = 385.15 kelvin



User: Even through years of work and various experiments by scientists, the atomic theory never changed. True False

Weegy: False. Even through years of work and various experiments by scientists, the atomic theory changes.
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