element, compound, molucule

element, compound, molucule

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  • Mark Lozovyy
  • Elements vs. Compounds vs. Molecules
  • Examples of elements are Krypton and Rhodium.
  • An element is a pure substance that is made from a single type of atom. 
  • Element
  • An example of an element and molecule is chlorine.
  • A molecule is the smallest particle in a chemical element of compound.
  • Molecule
  • An example of a compound and molecule is methane.
  • Examples of compounds are marble(calcium, carbon, and oxygen) and Copper II Sulfate(copper, sulfur, and oxygen).
  • A compound is two or more different elements that are chemically bonded together. 
  • Compound
  • In conclusion, molecules are the smallest particles in elements and compounds. Elements can also combine to make many different compounds.
  • Conclusion
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