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The chemical formula for aluminum hydroxide is Al(OH)3. Which of the following is true about aluminum hydroxide? It contains three molecules. It has three aluminum (Al) atoms. It has three OH groups. It contains exactly one oxygen atom.

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and "It contains three molecules".
It contains 3 molecules wouldn't be quite accurate. A molecule is something like H2O. And what is given in the question is itself a molecule. If there were 3 of them it would be: \[3Al(OH)_3\]
so it has 3 OH??

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Yep. |dw:1364524588055:dw| The reason why it is 3 OH groups and not just 3 H is because of the parentheses around the (OH)
(the cut off word is "elements"
thank you
i am just bad at elements
haha. It's okay, they can be tricky to understand at first. (though, it may be better to ask the chemical ones under the chemistry section in the future, they'll be more likely to explain things)
this is physics, Reactions and pereodic table element reactions.

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