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a mixture is different from a comupund because each substance in a mixture:
retains its own properites
a compound differs from a mixture because it:
always contains the same element in the same proportion
when 2 hydrogen atoms bond, the postive nucleus of one atom attracts the
negative electrons of the other atom
solid ionic compounds have very high melting points because they
are made of elements that are locked tightly together
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