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Chemistry, 14.01.2022 23:50 kaitlynbrace4214

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Does anyone know the visual model key for this problem?

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i think its 100.

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Man i dont know this answer
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Theoretical temperature at which molecules stop moving and no more heat can be removed from the object. kelvin: absolute zero degrees. none of the above.
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Ibelieve the answer is weathering,hope my answer has you : ) 

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