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In the process of electrolysis, current can flow through a liquid because A. negative ions are attracted to the anode. B. water molecules become negatively charged. C. hydrogen is electrically neutralized in the solution. D. cations of the electrolyte accumulate at the positive electrodes.
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User: In the process of electrolysis, current can flow through a liquid because A. negative ions are attracted to the anode. B. water molecules become negatively charged. C. hydrogen is electrically neutralized in the solution. D. cations of the electrolyte accumulate at the positive electrodes.

Weegy: In the process of electrolysis, current can flow through a liquid because negative ions are attracted to the anode.
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User: If water and oil are combined in a container, the resulting liquid is a(n) A. mixture. B. solution. C. emulsion. D. suspension.

Weegy: If water and oil are combined in a container, the resulting liquid is an emulsion.
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User: The smallest unit of an element that has all of the properties of the element is a/an A. neutron. B. atom. C. molecule. D. cell.

Weegy: The smallest unit of an element that has all of the properties of the element is an ATOM.
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User: Which of the following classifications of matter includes materials that can no longer be identified by their individual properties? A. Atom B. Element C. Compound D. Mixture

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The compound includes materials that can no longer be identified by their individual properties.
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