What Are Elements Made of?

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All of the different elements are made up of atoms. These atoms can be large or small. The atoms are made up of 3 subatomic particles known as protons, neutrons, and electrons.
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Pencil graphite is made of carbon with a weaker bonding structure. All diamonds are minerals in the crystalline form of carbon, and their chemical formula is "C. The structure
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there are 118 elements on the periodic table of emelments. these 118 elements make up everything in the world. elements are not made up of anything they can not be broken down anymore
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Iron. Beyond that, stars cannot compress iron to release any more energy (because iron has the lowest energy per atomic unit). All heavier elements are formed through supernovae.
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That would be the wood element, which would be cellulose. Or carbon hydrogen and Oxygen I think. Al tho I have seen steel and brass railings. The question is a little vague.
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