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Dichlorosilane is a compound that contains silicon (Si), hydrogen (H), and chlorine (Cl) atoms. It has the chemical formula SiH2Cl2. Which statement accurately describes dichlorosilane? Each molecule contains two chlorine atoms. Each molecule contains three atoms. Each molecule contains five different elements. Each molecules contains five compounds.

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    i think the answer to this question would be D.

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    or the last one :)

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    ok thank you so much :)

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    ur welcome :)

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    what do you say @JFraser ?

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    @rajathsbhat is it A, right?

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    @Katlyn99 am i right?

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    yes you are.

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    thank you so so much @rajathsbhat :) I am sorry to trouble u, thanks alot

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    no way. It's my pleasure :)

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    Thanks alot! :) you are truly amazing, thanks

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