I2 is an Element. It is the chemical symbol for molecular iodine.
I2 is a molecular element, not a compound.
It is not a compound, it is the element iodine.
First, I2 is the element iodine, not a compound. Second, it is nonpolar.
I2 is the element known as iodine
Iodine, I2 is an diatomic element, with two atoms in the molecule.
Neither. C is carbon and I2 is elemental iodine but they do not form a compound as you have it written.
fecl3 is a compound called iron chloride. i2 is an element called iodine. fes is a compound called iron sulphide. s and k are elements sulpher and potassium
Yes, it is I2.
I2 is a non-polar covalent compound.
The molecule I2 is covalent.
This element 53 is called: Iodine, diatomic element I2.
It is compound not an element.
Cl2 stands for Chlorine.I2 stands for Iodine.
The symbols of the elements and subscripts are used to represent a molecule of an element or a compound. N2, O2, H2, Cl2, Br2, I2, F2, At2 are diatomic molecules of the element in each formula. C6H12O6, NO2, H2O, CO2 are examples of molecular compounds. NaCl, MgSO4, CaCl2 are examples of ionic compounds.
AgNO3 is a compound. Ag is an element, N is an element, and O is an element. Together, they are a compound.
it is a element and a compound
compound not element
no its an element
You get a mixture of an element and a compound.
Is Pepsi a compound or an element?