i believe the answer is molecule (:
Correct. It's a molecule
a molecule or compound
You think to a molecule.
A group of more than one atom joined together that acts like a single particleis called a molecule if the atoms are joined by chemical bonds.
A group of two or more atoms joined together are called molecules or compounds.
Such a group of atoms is called a molecule.
A group of atoms that are bonded together and act as a single unit is a molecule.
Solution! when they all come together it is called a solution!Answer: SolutionAMCAdditional answerMolecule
Such a group is often called a "radical".
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a group of the same attoms create an element and a group composed of different atoms forms a compound
an atom is a single particle, a molecule is a group of atoms bonded together.
Elements are those substances which have same constituent particle altogether. Molecules are a group of atoms joined together . Atoms of elements join together to form a molecule.
A group of different atoms form a molecule. Not really, no. An Element, is a kind of atom. So each atom has it's own element. A group of atoms joined together is called a molecule, and each atom can be of the same element, or different elements. A water molecule (one bit of water) is made of two Hydrogen atoms joined to an Oxygen atom. (Hydrogen and Oxygen are elements) it's Chemical Formula is H2O...
peroxides are compounds containing peroxide group, or a group with two ogygen atoms single bonded together.
A group of atoms bonded together is called COVALENT.
It's called a molecule! Some call it cells, but they are incorrect!