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How do molecules and 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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    atoms and molecule interact each other with chemical bonds.More precisely, molecules can form chemical bonds, using the so called Van der Waals forces and dipole-dipole interaction. Whereas atoms can form chemical bonds through covalent bonds (sharing of electrons) or ionic bonds (transferring of electrons)

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