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You notice a thin film of insoluble solid floating on the surface of the pool's water. What type of reaction do you think caused this? According to this type of reaction, what would floating film be called?
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User: You notice a thin film of insoluble solid floating on the surface of the pool's water. What type of reaction do you think caused this? According to this type of reaction, what would floating film be called?

Weegy: It's not a reaction, it is either the difference in density or the effect of the surface tension of the water
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You notice a thin film of insoluble solid floating on the surface of the pool's water.This would be called a precipitation reaction. According to this type reaction, the thing floating on the surface would be called the precipitate.
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