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The measure of the number of atoms in one element that will combine with an atom of another element is A. valence. B. atomic charge. C. atomic number. D. molecular number.
The measure of the number of atoms in one element that will combine with an atom of another element is valence.
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The measure of the number of atoms in one element that will combine with an atom of another element is valence.
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