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Q: What part of the atom is involved in chemical reactions? protons neutrons nucleus electrons
A: Electrons are involved in chemical reactions.
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User: What part of the atom is involved in chemical reactions? protons neutrons nucleus electrons

Weegy: Electrons are involved in chemical reactions.
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User: The effect acids have on most metals is called: dehydration coating corrosion ionization

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The effect acids have on most metals is called: corrosion.
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