Yes, hydrogen atoms and oxygen atoms are very different.
No different ones, just Oxygen atoms.
because there different atoms and elements
yes. they are different
They have way different masses!!
In oxygen there's only oxygen atoms, in a compound there are several different kinds of atoms.
Ozone is triatomic oxygen. (It has three oxygen atoms). 'Normal' oxygen is diatomic. (It has two oxygen atoms)
There are two different types of Oxygen molecule O2 and O3 (also called Ozone). O2 has two atoms of Oxygen and O3 has 3 atoms of Oxygen.
Because of different structure and bonds between oxygen atoms
There are 3 different kinds of atoms in starch: carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
They are themselves specific elements and have their specific atoms.
Oxygen atoms attach together to form different molecules. When 2 oxygen atoms bond, that is an oxygen molecule found in the air we breathe. When 3 join together, that is ozone.
No. They are two different atoms with different amounts of electrons
The diatomic molecule of oxygen contain only two oxygen atoms.
oxygen and nitrogen
calcium carbon and oxygen
No, they are different forms of the same element, so they are allotropes. Oxygen contains two atoms per molecule and ozone contains three atoms per molecule. Isotopes are atoms of the same element with different numbers of neutrons, such as oxygen-16 and oxygen-17.
Oxygen is different in the number of atoms from ozone. Oxygen contains 2 atoms while ozone has 3.
The ozone molecule has three oxygen atoms ( O ) ( / \ ) ( O - O ) The normal oxygen which I presume the type of oxygen that we breath is composed of two oxygen atoms ( O ) ( | ) ( O )
Yep. That is true.
number of protons
hydrogen has two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms and water has one hydrogen and one oxygen atoms