Water is an example of a binary molecular compound, composed of two elements.
here is the answer to your question. water is the compound, H2O. a compound is 2 or more different atoms that have combined an example of course is water H2O is 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. oxygen is an element which are listed quite nicely on the periodic table. an element is all of the same type of atom an example of course is oxygen - O. minerals are crystals and rocks (crystals are always found in rocks) and example would be granite.... like on your counter top!
an organic compound that is not soluble in water
A corn leaf is an example of a simple leaf.
The most abundant organic compound in the body is water. This is used as a solvent in various reactions in the body.
Water is a compound.
Water is a covalent compound.
"water is a good example of a polar compound."
Water contains no ionic bonds as it is a covalent compound.
Yes, water is a compound substance composed of hydrogen and oxygen.
Water is a compound consisting of the elements hydrogen and oxygen. The molecular formula for water is H2O.
Water to ice
no its a solution
Salt water is NOT a compound. Salt water is a SOLUTION. The SOLUTE being sodium chloride (salt) and the SOLVENT being water. Sodium Chloride , when not dissolved in water is a compound , similarly water is a compound.