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Weegy: Hi there, what problems pecisely?
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User: What does it mean to dissolve something? A. to put it into a solvent B. to put it into a heterogeneous mixture C. to make something go into solution D. to put it into a compound

Weegy: A. to put it into a solvent
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User: Elements are - A. atoms chemically bonded. B. atoms in their purest form. C. atoms physically combined

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