Problem: When molecules are represented by molecular models, what does each sphere represent? How big is the nucleus of an atom in comparison to the sphere used to represent an atom in a molecular model?

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Recall that molecular models are usually a way to represent how elements are arranged within a compound or a molecule. The most common is the ball and stick model

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When molecules are represented by molecular models, what does each sphere represent? How big is the nucleus of an atom in comparison to the sphere used to represent an atom in a molecular model?

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