Compounds: Compound Basics
Compounds: Compounds vs. Mixture
Compounds: Compound Formulas
Compounds: Famous Chemists
Compounds: Can a chemical change be reversed?
- Compound Basics |
- Compounds vs. Mixture |
- Compound Formulas |
- Famous Chemists |
- Can a chemical change be reversed?
- Compounds ['käm?poundz]
- A thing composed of two or more separate elements
A chemical compound is a mixture of two or more elements. Most things are made up of more than one element. For example, water is made up of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. Understanding compounds is part of the science of chemistry.
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