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Are atoms in everything?

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yes....
are they in me.
yes....they are....they are in everything you can think of.

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are they in the sky.
no they r not in everything
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Most matter is made of atoms
Everything you can touch, see, smell or taste is made of atoms.
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@Vodka97 Atoms are not everywhere, everything is made up of atoms.
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@Vodka97, when you look at 'Everything' with a detector that has a minimum sensitivity of 10(−10)m , you will notice that 'everything' is made up of atoms. ofcourse, this would mean, that anything below this scale, your detector and hence you will not notice. atom is just a layer in the building blocks of matter. you can go much deeper into this layer already. we already approach quarks. every second, billions of neutrons are crossing the space before your eyes. but yes, an atom is a stable form of the building blocks, meaning mostly it can exist happily in isolation. A neutron star is made up purely of neutrons. A white dwarf is made up of degenerate particles or nucleons. no atoms there. so really, atoms don't make everything. and anyway somethings make atoms too isn't it.

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