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Sublimation can occur because solids have A. a melting point. B. a vapor pressure. C. a boiling point. D. a triple point.
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User: Sublimation can occur because solids have A. a melting point. B. a vapor pressure. C. a boiling point. D. a triple point.

Weegy: Sublimation can occur because solids have a vapor pressure.



User: At any given temperature, the particles of all substances have the same average kinetic energy. A. True B. False

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At any given temperature, the particles of all substances have the same average kinetic energy. TRUE.
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