Problem: Let a triangle represent atoms of element A and a circle represent atoms of element B. Select what is shown on each of the pictures.

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We’re being asked to identify what is shown in the picture.

A collection of circles and triangles in which each circle is combined with one triangle. The pairs are packed relatively close together but appear to have no ordered arrangement.


Recall that mixtures are combinations of two or more pure substances (elements or compounds).

 Mixtures are not chemically combined.


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Let a triangle represent atoms of element A and a circle represent atoms of element B. Select what is shown on each of the pictures.

A collection of circles and triangles in which each circle is combined with one triangle. The pairs are packed relatively close together but appear to have no ordered arrangement.

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