Atoms and molecules both make up matter in the universe, but atoms make up molecules. In order to form molecules, atoms form bonds. More »

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Atoms are tiny particles that make up the universe, while molecules are made from atoms (even a single atom). However, both constitute small, identifiable units. More »

The difference between an atom and a molecule is that molecules are composed of two or more atoms. Atoms are the smallest units of matter and, when they join chemically, they form a molecule. More »

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The atomic theory formulated by the British chemist John Dalton proposes that atoms are indivisible particles comprising all matter; atoms of the same element share identical properties, including shape, size and mass; a... More »

Daniel Bernoulli's kinetic theory of matter states that all things – liquids, solids or gases – are made up of atoms and molecules that are in constant motion. The theory also states that collisions between atoms and mol... More »

Every living and non-living component that comprises matter consists of molecules, which are formed from the chemical combination of microscopic particles known as atoms. Unlike atoms, molecules are able to transition fr... More »

The difference between an atom and a molecule is that molecules are composed of two or more atoms. Atoms are the smallest units of matter and, when they join chemically, they form a molecule. More »

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