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Which sentence from the article best explains where arsenic comes from?

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  1. anonymous
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    Sentence?

  2. brebre5564
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    where are the answer choices?jboothe

  3. brebre5564
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    @jboothe

  4. anonymous
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    They argued that small amounts of arsenic were common in the medicines used in Napoleon's time. The mold would then release arsenic vapor, and people in the room would inhale it. Arsenic compounds occur naturally in the earth's makeup.

  5. brebre5564
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    Wht do u think it is ? @jboothe

  6. anonymous
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    I would go with B

  7. anonymous
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    Heres a little help @jboothe: Arsenic is found in the natural environment in some abundance in the Earth's crust and in small quantities in rock, soil, water and air. It is present in many different minerals. About one third of the arsenic in the atmosphere comes from natural sources, such as volcanoes, and the rest comes from man-made sources.

  8. brebre5564
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    no that sentence is saying what would happen if arsenic vapor was inhaled? @jboothe

  9. anonymous
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    so it's C!!!!

  10. brebre5564
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    yes @jboothe

  11. anonymous
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    I believe you are correct

  12. anonymous
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    Thanks guys stick around I need yall

  13. anonymous
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    Arsenic compounds do occur naturally in the earth's makeup.

  14. anonymous
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    np c:

  15. brebre5564
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    ok @jboothe

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