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How many protons does the element cobalt (Co) have? 27 32 58.93 59
The element cobalt (Co) have 27 protons.
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The element cobalt (Co) have 27 protons.
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Metals combine easily with nonmetals. True False
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Metals combine easily with nonmetals. TRUE.
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Which of the following elements are good insulators? Li and Ca Ag and Au P and S Th and U
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P and S is an elements are good insulators.
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The family that contains disinfectants is the _____. noble gases transition metals strong metals halogens
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The family that contains disinfectants is the halogens.
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The smallest unit into which a compound can be divided and still be that same compound is a(n) ___.
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The smallest unit into which a compound can be divided and still be that same compound is a MOLECULE.
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Match the following items with their definitions. 1. capable of being dissolved soluble 2. not capable of being dissolved solute 3. to break up in molecular or ionic parts to form a solution insoluble 4. the substance that is dissolved in the solution solvent 5. the substance that does the dissolving dissolve 6. any solution with water as the solvent aqueous
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1. soluble - capable of being dissolved
2. insoluble - not capable of being dissolved
3. dissolve - to break up in molecular or ionic parts to form a solution
4. solute - the substance that is dissolved in the solution
5. solvent - the substance that does the dissolving
6. aqueous - any solution with water as the solvent
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