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Water makes a good coolant because it has a ____. a. high specific heat c. low specific heat b. high boiling point d. low freezing point
c. because the darker color of mud makes ... c. water has a high specific heat capacity d. water ... [ the boiling point and the freezing point of water is ... ]
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User: Water makes a good coolant because it has a ____. a. high specific heat c. low specific heat b. high boiling point d. low freezing point

Weegy: c. because the darker color of mud makes ... c. water has a high specific heat capacity d. water ... [ the boiling point and the freezing point of water is ... ]


User: Water makes a good coolant because it has a ____. a. high specific heat c. low specific heat b. high boiling point d. low freezing point

Weegy: c. because the darker color of mud makes ... c. water has a high specific heat capacity d. water ... [ the boiling point and the freezing point of water is ... ]


User: Water makes a good coolant because it has a ____. a. high specific heat c. low specific heat b. high boiling point d. low freezing point

Weegy: c. because the darker color of mud makes ... c. water has a high specific heat capacity d. water ... [ the boiling point and the freezing point of water is ... ]


User: Certain materials can become superconductors under what conditions? a. When it is very hot c. Under very high pressure b. When it is very cold d. Under very low pressure

Weegy: Certain materials can become superconductors - - WHEN IT IS VERY COLD.
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