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If an atom were to lose a neutron the atom's ________ would be affected. Choose the best answer. A. mass B. charge C. mass and charge D. mass and atomic stability
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User: If an atom were to lose a neutron the atom's ________ would be affected. Choose the best answer. A. mass B. charge C. mass and charge D. mass and atomic stability





Weegy: b
Expert answered|shelbylynn17|Points 30|

User: If a calcium atom came near a sulfur atom, the calcium could transfer two of its ________ to the sulfur atom. A. protons B. neutrons C. electrons D. More information is needed to figure this out

Weegy: C. rate good please(:
Expert answered|shelbylynn17|Points 30|

User: If an atom has seven electrons how many are in the second shell? A. 2 B. 5 C. 7 D. You need to know the number of protons to figure this out.

Weegy: B.5, you would have 2 on the first shell then 5 on the second.
Expert answered|shelbylynn17|Points 30|

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Which of the following is always true when a substance undergoes a physical change? A. the composition changes B. a change in color occurs C. no new substance is formed D. its specific gravity remains the same
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When a substance undergoes physical change C.) No new substance is formed.
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If piece of copper has a density of 13.29 g/cm³ and a volume of 25 cm, what is the mass of the liquid? A. 325 g B. 1.88 g C. 0.5316 g D. 332.25 g
Weegy: Assuming you meant 25 cm^3, the solution would be 8/25 and the result would be 0.32 gm/cm^3 or 320 kg/m^3 [ ] (More)
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If this copper is in liquid form (more than likely from being melted) and assuming that your volume is 25 cm^3 and not 25 cm (which would be 25 cm line), then all you need to do is multiply 13.29 g/cm^3 and 25 cm^3 to get a mass of D.) 332.25 grams.
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