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How do the atoms of a molecule stay together? A. chemical bonds B. magnetic force C. attraction of electrons and neutrons D. through physical changes

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  1. Kitten_is_back
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    In a molecule, two or more atoms stay together because of the mutual attraction between the positively charged protons from one atom and the negatively charged electrons from the other atom. This causes the covalent or ionic bonding that holds atoms or ions together.

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    Correct i think.

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    thahnks

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