how atoms molecules and radicals differ
Asked by basitqureshi202 | 3rd Apr, 2020, 12:55: PM
Atoms- Atoms are the smallest unit of any substance.
Molecules- Molecule is a group of two or more atom held by a chemical bond.
Radicals-A radical is atom, molecule or ion that has unpaired valence electron.
Answered by Ravi | 3rd Apr, 2020, 08:24: PM
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