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Matt71

  • 4 years ago

Which conditions would cause the plant to produce the most bubbles?

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  1. Matt71
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    Also, assuming photosynthesis occurs, what is likely to be the bubbles of gas? a. Carbon Dioxide b. Hydrogen c. Oxygen d. Water

  3. heena
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    C)oxygen

  4. Matt71
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    And the first question?

  5. ebaxter01
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    Think about photosynthesis and the rates of chemical reactions.

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