anonymous
  • anonymous
explain why a hydrogen atom can become either an ion or a part of a molecule
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anonymous
  • anonymous
john where are you
anonymous
  • anonymous
An ion is an atom that has gained or lost one or more electrons. The definition of a molecule is two or more atoms held together by a covalent bond. Hydrogen only has one proton. This means that it can pass that one proton onto another element, making it part of a molecule. It can become an ion if it loses that one proton, or gains another proton.
anonymous
  • anonymous
there you are

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I need to make a new account cause john isnt my name xD
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hahaha john check out next question

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