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Atoms and Atomic Structure
Are atoms and molecules the same?
March 17, 2008 12:54AM
Molecules comprise atoms. In other words, a molecule is made up of two or more atoms. The atoms may be the same element, as in a molecule of oxygen, O2, or more than one element, as a molecule of water, H2O. In fact they are not.
How are reactant atoms and molecules similar to their products atoms and molecules?
How are elements atoms molecules chemical bonds compounds mixtures and substances related?
Elements and atoms are mainly the same. Molecules are made up of atoms and chemical bonds are bonds that combine the atoms together to make molecules. Compounds are just about the same as molecules only are made up of molecules like how molecules are made of atoms. Substances can relate to anything, and mixtures are many compounds and molecules mixed together.
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How are atoms and molecules the same?
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All atoms are not same but molecules are same what is it?
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What are identical molecules?
Molecules are put together from atoms. If you have the same atoms, such as, let us say, one carbon and four hydrogen, and you put them together in the same way - in this case, with the carbon in the center and the hydrogen atoms symmetrically distributed around it - then the molecules are identical.