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The size of a molecule depends on the size of the atom. The smallest a molecule can be is two atoms.
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About 3x10 -10 m
A starch molecules is technically any polymer of sugar. These polysaccharides may be composed of as few as three sugar molecules and can stretch into the thousands and mil…lions of sugar subunits in nature.
The question, as stated, doesn't make sense. An oxygen atom has a nucleus, but an oxygen molecule doesn't have a single nucleus; a typical, diatomic oxygen molecule will… have two nuclei.
The size of an oxygen molecule is estimated to be 292 picometers. The nitrogen molecule is just slightly larger at 300 picometers.
its as big as a little gram of salt
Molecules did not exist at the time of the Big Bang and not even in the immediate time after. To make molecules one needs atoms but it took about 370.000 years after the Big B…ang for the temperature had dropped enough for atoms to be stable.
the covalent radius of argon is 97 pico meter
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they either break down and then leave the cell through the pores, or they just don't get out of the cell
No. All molecules are unimaginable tiny. The formula H2O2 showsthat hydrogen peroxide molecules contain only 4 atoms, so they aresmall even compared to most other molecules.