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Which substances have atoms of the same element but different molecular structures?

A. He(g) and Ne(g) B. K(s) and Na(s) C. O2(g) and O3(g) D. P4(s) an...

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Which substances have atoms of the same element but different molecular structures?

A. He(g) and Ne(g) B. K(s) and Na(s) C. O2(g) and O3(g) D. P4(s) and S8(s)

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You can see that's C. Both O_2 and O_3 have atoms of oxygen but the first molecule is diatomic but the second is triatomic.

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