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nitrogen is made up of two nitrogen atoms

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    Google says: Nitrogen is an element that can combine with itself or with other elements to make different compounds. For instance nitrogen gas, N2, is a compound made when two nitrogen atoms form a chemical bond. It makes up about 80% of the atmosphere, while oxygen gas, O2, makes up a little less than 20% of the atmosphere. Soooo with that said what do you think there @sakaidra123?

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