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Which mixture will separate quickly when left uncovered out in the open?

A. Air
B. Cola
C. Concrete
D. Seawater

I suggest you think about this and post your thoughts. Do you think air separataes upon standing? Do you think a cola will separate? What about concrete.What about seawater?

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