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Q: Most molecules that contain carbon are _____? a.organic b.inorganic c.compounds d.minerals
A: answer is A. Most molecules that contain carbon atoms are considered to be organic molecules. -The Main difference is that organic compounds contain Carbon. Inorganic compounds don't. [ Organic: a molecule with carbon Inorganic: a molecule without carbon Read more: and ]
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User: Most molecules that contain carbon are _____? a.organic b.inorganic c.compounds d.minerals

Weegy: answer is A. Most molecules that contain carbon atoms are considered to be organic molecules. -The Main difference is that organic compounds contain Carbon. Inorganic compounds don't. [ Organic: a molecule with carbon Inorganic: a molecule without carbon Read more: and ]
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User: The smallest unit that retains the properties of an element is a(n) _____. atom molecule proton compound neutron electron

User: The bond formed when electrons are shared is called a(n) _____. ionic bond hydrogen bond covalent bond

Weegy: When two atoms combine by sharing electrons, it is a(n) ionic bond.
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User: Table salt is the result of a(n) _____. covalent bond ionic bond hydrogen bond

Weegy: hydrogen
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User: Match the chemical reaction with its correct type. 1. Na++ Cl-? NaCl synthesis reaction 2. CCl4? C + 2Cl2 decomposition reaction 3. H+Cl-+ Na+OH-? Na+Cl-+ H2O reversible reaction 4. ADP + P + EATP exchange reaction

Weegy: This is a type of neutralization reaction in which NaOH dissociates into Na+ and OH- ions while HCl dissociates into H+ and Cl- ions.The H+ and OH- ions react together to form H2O ie. [ [ water. H+ + OH- - - - -> H2O.This is the real reaction of neutralization. The remaining Na+ ion and Cl- ion form an ionic bond to form NaCl. Yes this eqn. is balanced coz the no. of Na,O,H &Cl atoms on both sides is equal. NaOH and HCl ===>Reactants NaCl and H2O ===>Products ] ]
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: exchange reaction

Weegy: In (chemistry) Reaction in which two atoms or ions exchange places either in two different molecules or in the same molecule.
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