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The combination of the atoms of two or more elements is known as a/an A. acid. B. elixir. C. base. D. compound
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User: Which of the following is an example of a homogeneous mixture? A. Bronze B. Copper C. Zinc D. Sand

User: The combination of the atoms of two or more elements is known as a/an A. acid. B. elixir. C. base. D. compound





Weegy: The combination of the atoms of two or more elements is known as a/an D. compound
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