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I was asked to list materials with different structures and exhibit different properties. I thought of water and salt, muriatic acid and laughing gas. Am I correct? I need two more. Please help.

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    Those look ok to me but why the problem. Almost anything you can think of will work. Oxygen, carbon dioxide, steel, gasoline, wood, teflon, and the list goes on and on.

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