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Which cannot be broken down chemically or physically into a simpler substance between sugar, salt, seawater, and copper?

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    Cu is an element. Elements may not be broken into smaller substances. Sea water is a mixture of materials with H2O being a compound. Sugar and salt are compounds.

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