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The name of the commonly used hardness scale is: A. specific gravity B.organic C.Mohs D.inorganic
It's commonly measured with Mohs.
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User: The name of the commonly used hardness scale is: A. specific gravity B.organic C.Mohs D.inorganic

Weegy: It's commonly measured with Mohs.
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User: true or false: The Mohs hardness scale increases linearly from 1 to 10.

Weegy: True.
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User: Classify if organic or inorganic: For each item: classify organic or inorganic. NaCl: . phenol (C6H6O): . C2H6: . Ca3(PO4)2: . formaldehyde (CH20): . MgCO3: . vitamin D2 (C27H40O): . mercury sulfate (HgS): . butane (C4H10): . sand (SiO2): . water (H2O): .

Weegy: NaCl - inorganic
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User: For each item: classify organic or inorganic. phenol (C6H6O): . C2H6: . Ca3(PO4)2: . formaldehyde (CH20): . MgCO3: . vitamin D2 (C27H40O): . mercury sulfate (HgS): . butane (C4H10): . sand (SiO2): . water (H2O): .

Weegy: Phenol-organic, Formaldehyde-organic, MGC03-organic, Vit D2-organic
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