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RoxxisaUNICORN

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Which of the following is a substance formed by the chemical joining of two or more elements in definite amounts? A. compound B. isotope C. nucleus D. enzyme

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  1. RoxxisaUNICORN
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    @Chelsea04

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    @timo86m

  3. Chelsea04
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    not isotope, not nucleus, and most likely not enzyme... so I think it's compound

  4. Chelsea04
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    yea...definitely compound

  5. timo86m
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    A. compound

  6. timo86m
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    altho D. enzyme could be correct too you can eliminate it cuzz it is usually defined as an organic catalyst.

  7. Chelsea04
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    but it says joining of elements

  8. RoxxisaUNICORN
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    it a

  9. timo86m
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    it's a

  10. timo86m
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    some enzymes are due to joining of elements

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