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The state of matter in which the molecules are closest together is the _____.
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User: The state of matter in which the molecules are closest together is the _____.

Weegy: The state of matter in which the molecules are closest together is the solid phase.

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User: A molecule of water is made up of _____. how many atoms

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Every molecule of water has 2 atoms of hydrogen (H) and one atom of oxygen (O).

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