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.
atoms and molecules are the same.
atoms are inside of molecules they make up the chemical composition of molecules
Molecules of the same type have the same number of atoms, but beyond that a molecules can have any number of atoms ranging from 2 (ex: hydrogen gas, carbon monoxide) to billions (ex: DNA).
No because molecules are multiple atoms
The numbers of atoms with the same atomic number are the same in both reactants and products in any chemical reaction.
molecules are made of atoms and atoms have electron, neutral and i forgot what else but they are made up of the same things so technically the do mean the same thing
molecules are made from multiple different or same atoms so really yes they can
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.
Molecules are made out of atoms, without atoms there are no molecules. Charged molecules (ions) will form compounds as elements do, by combining in whole-number ratios with the ions of other elements and compounds.
chemical and physical change.
Geometric isomers are molecules that contain the same number and types of atoms, and bonds. They have different arrangements of the atoms.
there are not the same Or they are composed of atoms. they both have protons and electrons. They both take up space.
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.
molecules, in general. Combinations of different types of atoms are compounds, combinations of the same atoms are elemental molecules, whether in solid, liquid or gas phase.
Molecules are made up of atoms. These atoms can be from the same element or different elements. So in a sense, the answer to the question is both.
a pure substance is that which contains same atoms or same molecules..
They are not. Element are atoms, the simplest substance you can get without altering the property of that atom. Molecules are a group of atoms that are bonded covalently.
Molecules are made of more two or more atoms joined together. The atoms can be same or different elements. A single molecule is the smallest piece of matter.
Molecules of same element or compound
Diatomic molecules. Halogens in particular.
all atoms are generally the same size, so "large atoms" would mean molecules.
Atoms are the components of molecules.