On the most part the answere is no. However the places where the same cells and molecules remain for a lifetime are the brain and the egg cells that the female carries.
they are exactly the same in every way except the warm ones move faster
Molecules can but do not have to be homogeneous. Molecules are homogeneous when they appear the same, smell the same, and are made up of the same structure.
Molecules and elements are not the same thing. There are many molecules in elements but not elements inside of molecules.
Yes. Molecules remain the same.
Any type of sweating your body does will help the acceleration of THC molecules to be purged from your body. It is not as efficient as working out, nevertheless has the same effect.
Equilibrium is the concentration of molecules that is the same throughout the space.
Same type of molecules taken together is called a compoundSame type of molecules taken together is called a compound
If the concentration of molecules on both sides of a membrane is the same, nothing will happen to the molecules. Osmosis only occurs when there is an imbalance of the molecules across the cell membrane.
No because molecules are multiple atoms
Yes. As iron is an element, all iron molecules look the same.
atoms are inside of molecules they make up the chemical composition of molecules
Your body is kept alive by continuous reactions - breaking down and forming new molecules. Molecules being made up of different atoms. Since so much activity goes on in the body, it is highly unlikely that the same molecules will remain even over the length of time from conception to birth. However, it is possible that the same atoms are present, as they the constant reactions just break one molecule down and use the components to form another. With cell death, and waste production, molecules and atoms will be lost from the body, so over time, the original atoms you had will be lost to the environment. It would be impossible to say when you lost all of them, or even if it occurred.
The same number of molecules implies the same number of moles.
atoms and molecules are the same.
They will do nothing.
No. molecules are smaller.
An exploding (at the end of its life) star. Same for all the other atoms - except hydrogen.
Heat is motion of molecules. The molecules slow down.
Its the same in homeostasis Its the same in homeostasis
When the concentration of molecules on both sides of a semi permeable membrane are the same, there is no concentration gradient. Therefore, the system is at a state of equilibrium and the molecules remain static
Nope, All molecules are different. They might look the same, but they aleast have thing different.
No the solids and liquid molecules differ.
No they aren't. Particles in general are smaller than molecules.
No. They have the same mass.