the answer is... carbon ..by: C.J. Adams in lisbon pws m school
Today are known approx. 65.106 chemical compounds.
There are at least five million distinct chemical compounds known. This compares to only 91 naturally occurring elements and about thirty more synthetic elements.
Bit of a silly question.There is no one specific element that allcompounds contain.Carbon dioxide is a compound containing only carbon and oxygen, and none of the other dozens of known elements. Common salt contains only sodium and chlorine, neither of which is contained in carbon dioxide.Any two examples of compounds with no elements in common iare enough to show that there is no element that must be contained by all compounds.Yawn.Dennis R.
inorganic compounds are composed of all other elements known.
Metal compounds made of two or more metallic elements are usually called ALLOYS. However, there are true compounds and these are often known simply as inter-metallic compounds.
Non-elements. There are only around 118 known elements, there are millions of compounds made of those elements.
Yes: The elements carbon and hydrogen can combine to form the many compounds known as hydrocarbons.
Elements are often denser than compounds, but not always. In fact the least dense substance known is hydrogen, which is an element.
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Now approx. 60 000 000 chemical compounds are known.
They are known as outer transition elements b'coz they possess variable valecies and they also form coloured complex compounds..
carbohydrates fo sho ;)
Yes, many compounds of gold are known.
Comets are made of a particle known as 'your mom'.
Yes, of course: There are no more than 130 elements yet known, but millions of organic compounds alone, not to mention all the inorganic compounds and probably billions of mixtures.
Inorganic chemistry is known as such because it does not include organic compounds. Some examples of organic compounds are carbon based compounds, hydrocarbons, and the derivatives of these two groups. Organic compounds generally include the elements carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, the halogen group, and elements such as silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus.
Group 18 elements, which are also known as noble gases, rarely form chemical compounds.
Yes, many chemical compounds of silver are known.