What is a molecule?

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A molecule is the smallest element of a substance that retains the chemical as well as physical properties of the substance. It is composed of two or more atoms held together by chemical forces.
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A molecule is the tiniest physical unit of an element or compound. In an element, it has one or more atoms that are similar. In a compound, it consists of two or more atoms. You can find more information here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/molecule
Two atoms or more in a particular arrangement is a molecule. Use 'an only when the word following it begins with a vowel. There is a Science and English lesson all in one.
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