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Name: Chem 1a Quiz 2 1) (1 pt.) What is the difference between a scientific law and a scientific theory? a) A scientific law has been proven to be true while a scientific theory may still be disproved. b) There is no difference except a scientific law is older than a scientific theory. c) A scientific law provides the ability to predict the outcome of future experiments while a scientific theory explains why something occurs. d) A scientific law explains why something occurs while a scientific theory provides the ability to predict the outcome of future experiments. 2) (1 pt.) The electrolysis of water breaks water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas. This process involves 3) (3 pts.) The density of water at 25 °C is 0.99705 g/cm
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