A compound is a material made from two or more chemical elements that have bonded. The two main types of compound bonds are covalent bonds and ionic bounds. More »

Organic compounds got this name because of their association with living organisms. Living matter is predominantly comprised of such compounds that consist mainly of carbon and hydrogen. More »

In science, the term "insoluble" is used to describe substances with a low solubility. Solubility is the ability for a substance to dissolve when mixed with another substance to form a new compound. More »

A halogenated compound is a combination of one or more chemical elements that includes a halogen; halogens are a group of elements that include fluorine, astatine, chlorine, bromine and iodine. Halogens comprise the seve... More »

A compound is best described as a substance with two or more chemical elements bonded together. Carbon dioxide, for example, is a compound of the elements carbon and oxygen. More »

A compound is made up of two or more atoms that are bonded together chemically. Compounds can be separated into smaller components through chemical reactions. Water is an example of a compound because it is made from ato... More »

The name for two or more elements that are bonded to each other chemically is a compound. Compounds are not to be confused with isotopes or mixtures. Isotopes are alternate forms of an element's atoms, and mixtures are c... More »