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    If someone can help me please ...

    1.type of irregular breakage in a mineral, indicating rather strong chemical bonds between the atoms. ??l???e ( 7 word)

    2.a fundamental substance which cannot be further subdivided without destroying its identity. ????e?? (7 word)

    3.a mixture of elements in which the relative proportions are consistently discrete. C??????? ( 8 word)

    4.an atom which has acquired an electrical charge by losing or gaining one or more electrons. ??? (3 word)

    5.chemical symbol for this element is ''na''. ?????? (6 word)

    6. Very fine-grained layer silicate; common constituent of ''mud''. ???? (4 word)


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    You have the exact same homework as someone else on here. Maybe you two should PM each other. You won't learn anything from me just telling you the answers.

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    1 sulfide
    3 compound
    5 sodium

    thats all that I got if you come up with other answers rt me because I'm looking them up too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MENEKSE22 View Post
    2.a fundamental substance which cannot be further subdivided without destroying its identity. ????e?? (7 word)
    Surely the answer is obvious, my dear Watson?

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    4.an atom which has acquired an electrical charge by losing or gaining one or more electrons. ??? (3 word)
    Flick won't help you with this one, I on the other hand will.


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    6. Very fine-grained layer silicate; common constituent of ''mud''. ???? (4 word)
    Those mud components are sort of lacy, don't you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MENEKSE22 View Post
    2.a fundamental substance which cannot be further subdivided without destroying its identity. ????e?? (7 word)
    Surely the answer is obvious, my dear Watson?
    i would even dare to add that it's elementary
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MENEKSE22 View Post
    2.a fundamental substance which cannot be further subdivided without destroying its identity. ????e?? (7 word)
    Surely the answer is obvious, my dear Watson?

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    4.an atom which has acquired an electrical charge by losing or gaining one or more electrons. ??? (3 word)
    Flick won't help you with this one, I on the other hand will.


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    6. Very fine-grained layer silicate; common constituent of ''mud''. ???? (4 word)
    Those mud components are sort of lacy, don't you think?
    I fully support this method of helping people. Riddles and anagrams? Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MENEKSE22 View Post
    2.a fundamental substance which cannot be further subdivided without destroying its identity. ????e?? (7 word)
    Surely the answer is obvious, my dear Watson?
    i would even dare to add that it's elementary
    We didn't want to make it too easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    I fully support this method of helping people. Riddles and anagrams? Well done.
    so much for learning something from this thread..
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    I agree..nice job John.
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