Comparing and Contrasting Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

Comparing:

Elements and Compounds

Elements are made up of a single type of atom. Compounds are made up of more than one type of atom. Elements combine differently than Compounds.

Elements and Mixtures:

Elements are materials. Mixture is composed of different materials.

Compounds and Mixtures:

Compounds have fixed ratios of the atoms that are made up of. In a mixture the atoms do not bond with the elements to form molecule compound. Mixtures cannot chemically combine while Compounds can.

Contrasting:

Elements and Compounds

Elements and Compounds are both made up of atoms. They both can be combined chemically.

Elements and Mixtures:

Elements and Mixture both are made up of atoms. They both can combine non-chemically.

Compounds and Mixtures:

They both have more than one type of atom. They both have elements. They both can combine differently.

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