# The chart below indicates the elements contained in four different molecules and the number of atoms of each element in those molecules.Which

The chart below indicates the elements contained in four different molecules and the number of atoms of each element in those molecules. Which molecule can be classified as organic?
molecule A
molecule B
c
molecule C
molecule D

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1. 2019johnfranken says:

“Element” is a macroscopic concept; it is “a pure chemical substance composed of atoms with the same number of protons in the atomic nucleus.” (IUPAC Gold Book)

“Molecule” is a microscopic concept; it is “an electrically neutral entity consisting of more than one atom.” (IUPAC Gold Book: molecule; see also molecular entity) Note that the type of atoms making up the molecule don’t enter into the definition; if a molecule is made of atoms that all have the same atomic number, that molecule is a molecule of an element.

As Ray Menon's answer notes, an element can take on a number of forms, and the molecule is just one of those forms. Many/most elements, notably metallic elements, do not exist as molecules under any conditions at all. Other elements have molecular forms as their standard states: hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and the halogens are all composed of diatomic molecules.

So yes, an element can be molecular. Several of them are, or at least have one or more molecular forms. Phosphorus, for example, is most stable as a covalent network solid; but it does have a molecular form, white phosphorus.

2. tina7659 says:

Option A. 1 molecule with 10 atoms

Explanation:

Each ball in the diagram represents an atom and the stick represents a bond.

A careful look at the diagram of the student's model reveals that the student's model contains 10 balls which represents 10 atoms. This means that a molecule of the student ball-and-stick model contains 10 atoms.

3. tuchikitacristoyaidi says:

b

Explanation:

d

4. mistiehaas says:

1) and 3)

Step-by-step explanation:

5. Expert says:

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6. Expert says:

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7. yoongnzl says:

1. Covalent Bond

2. Isomers

3. Molecular and Empirical Formula

4. The Structural Formula

5. Diatomic Molecules

1. Hydrogen and Tetraoxosulphate. There are 2 atoms of hydrogen and 4 atoms of tetraoxosulphate.

Explanation:

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8. chloeethoma24 says:

1) Compounds don’t act like their elements; Compounds act like a different substance.3) A molecule is two or more atoms bonded together.

Step-by-step explanation:

A compound is a molecule which is made of atoms from different elements.

Compounds are useful beacuse they don't actually act like their elements. For example, if you think about $H_{2}O$, you observe that it's a compund of 2 atoms of hydrogen and 1 atom of oxygen, but the compund doesn't act like hydrogen or oxygen, it's water. Therefore, the first choice is correct.

Now, as we said before, a molecule is form by atoms, specifically by two or more, because a single atom cannot form a molecule, it would be just an atom by itself. Therefore, the third choice is correct.

So, the right choices are 1 and 3.

9. dimakamal9370 says:

“Element” is a macroscopic concept; it is “a pure chemical substance composed of atoms with the same number of protons in the atomic nucleus.”

“Molecule” is a microscopic concept; it is “an electrically neutral entity consisting of more than one atom.” (IUPAC Gold Book: molecule; see also molecular entity) Note that the type of atoms making up the molecule don’t enter into the definition; if a molecule is made of atoms that all have the same atomic number, that molecule is a molecule of an element.

Explanation:

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10. banna01man says:

the classified organic is

molecule c is the answer

Explanation:

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11. dexy8683 says: