In Nature, molecules are two or more different element atoms that are joined together using chemical bonds (the forces that hold atoms together). A group of atoms bonded together, representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that can take part in a chemical reaction.
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stuff is made by Molecules molecules Molecules Molecules the answer "molecules" isn't very accurate. The correct answer is... heterageneous mixture i think
Molecules can be divided into smaller molecules and then form new molecules again.
No. There are polar molecules and there are nonpolar molecules (as well as amphipathic molecules).
how does cellulose molecules relate to the molecules function
Vitamin C molecules, water molecules and glucose molecules are very easily absorbed because they don't have as many particles as starch molecules, protein molecules and fat molecules.
Glucose molecules are larger than water molecules.
Molecules that do not have oppositely charged ends are nonpolar molecules.
Starch molecules are bigger than sucrose molecules.
1 mole of molecules = 6.022 x 1023 molecules 1.25 moles of molecules x 6.022 x 1023 molecules/mol molecules = 7.53 x 1023 molecules
No, molecules do not have cell, rather a cell have molecules in it.
There are two type of molecules. They are 1.elementary molecules and 2.compound molecules.
The molecules in a solid are bonded together permanently. Liquid molecules, on the other hand, also have bonded molecules but they continuously break and reform with other molecules. Gas molecules are not bonded.
Molecules are not always equivalent to molecules, as some molecules have more atoms than other molecules, and other molecules have different kinds of atoms than other molecules.
Adhesion is the ability of water molecules to stick to other molecules. Cohesion is the ability of water molecules sticking to one another.
Smaller molecules called amino acids make protein molecules.
Polar molecules reacts with polar molecules and non-polar molecules react with non-polar molecules.
Polar molecules are mixed better with water.
Large molecules react slower than small molecules. This because small molecules collide with other molecules faster, and this is how reactions happen.
ionic molecules dissolve the most. but some polar covalent molecules also do dissolve in water.
Water , Carboxylic acids and Phospolipids molecules are the examples of polar molecules.Water , Carboxylic acids and Phospolipids molecules are the examples of polar molecules.