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Symbols used in equations, together with the explanations of the symbols, are shown below. Which set is correct? A. (g), grams B. (l), liters C. (s), solid product D. (aq), dissolved in water
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D. (aq), dissolved in water .An aqueous solution is a solution in which the solvent is water
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