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A glass of iced tea containing excess sugar at the bottom is said to be: A. saturated. B. unsaturated. C. supersaturated. D. homogeneous
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User: Another name for drying agents is ___. A. anhydrous B. desiccant C. effloresce D. solvent

User: A glass of iced tea containing excess sugar at the bottom is said to be: A. saturated. B. unsaturated. C. supersaturated. D. homogeneous

Weegy: B. unsaturated
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User: Hydrates that have a low vapor pressure and remove moisture from air are said to be ___. A. hygroscopic B. effloresce C. anhydrous D. solvation

Weegy: Hydrates that have a low vapor pressure and remove moisture from air are said to be C. anhydrous
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User: Which of the following results from the presence of a solute in a given solvent? A. The vapor pressure of the solution is lower than that of the pure solvent. B. The boiling point of the solution is lower than that of the pure solvent. C. The freezing point of the solution is higher than that of the pure solvent. D. all of the above

Weegy: C. The freezing point of the solution is higher than that of the pure solvent.
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User: Compounds that do not conduct an electric current in either aqueous solution or when molten are referred to as _____. A. electrolyte B. nonelectrolyte C. ionic D. not listed

Weegy: Compounds that do not conduct an electric current in either aqueous solution or when molten are referred to as A. electrolyte. [SMILE]
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Another name for drying agents is desiccant.
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