What Does a Molecule Look like?

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A molecule is defined as a group of at least two atoms in a definite arrangement, held together by covalent chemical bonds. A molecule may consist of atoms of a single chemical element, as with oxygen (O2), or of different elements, as with water (H2O). Molecules are microscopic and what we are used to in chemistry, is the representation of molecules with inter-linked ball and stick figures, however, the real appearance of a molecule is much more complex, they look like connected balls.
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Molecules look like little beads on a string. The remind you of the string of beads they taught us to count with because sometimes they are stuck together.
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