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How is an atom different from a molecule?

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A single atom does not constitute a molecule, when you combine lots of atoms together then they form a molecule. For example, for one molecule of Carbon Dioxide you would need one Carbon atom and two Oxygen atoms. If joined together they form the molecule Carbon Dioxide. Saul Lachance 15:11, 5 June 2009 (UTC)

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