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HP, EL, EM, SP An atom is the smallest possible particle of any chemical element. For example, an atom of carbon is the smallest possible unit of carbon. All of the atoms of an element are identical [..]
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The smallest part of any material that cannot be broken up by chemical means. Each atom has a center (the nucleus) which contains protons and neutrons. Electrons orbit around the nucleus. The atom is primarily empty space. If the nucleus of an atom were the size of the button on a baseball pitcher's cap, the electrons would be like dust partic [..]
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The smallest part of a substance that cannot be broken down chemically. Each atom has a nucleus (center) made up of protons (positive particles) and neutrons (particles with no charge). Electrons (neg [..]
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Smallest unit of an element that still maintains its chemical characteristics.
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[Gk. atomos, indivisible] The smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an element.
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An atom is the smallest particle of an element that retains the chemical properties of the element. Atoms are electrically neutral, with a positively charged nucleus that binds one or more electrons i [..]
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The smallest unit of an element consisting of a dense positively charged nucleus (of protons and neutrons) orbited by negatively charged electrons.
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Smallest particle of an element which cannot be chemically divided any further. The elements differ by their atomic structure. Atoms are inconceivably small. A normal drop of water contains about 6,00 [..]
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A building block of matter, the smallest particle that has the chemical characteristics of a particular chemical element. It contains a nucleus of protons and neutrons surrounded by a cloud of electrons.
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Access to Memory. An ICA flagship project initiated by the ICA Human Rights Working Group to develop open source software that supports archival functions.
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late 15c., as a hypothetical indivisible body, the building block of the universe, from Latin atomus (especially in Lucretius) "indivisible particle," from Greek atomos "uncut, unhewn; [..]
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Click for a picture Depiction of an atom of nitrogen (using the refined Bohr model) (Source: Jefferson Lab: http://education.jlab.org/qa/atom_model.html) The basic building block of all normal matter, [..]
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The basic structure of elements. All matter on earth is made up of molecules, which are organized clusters of atoms.
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the basic unit of an element, composed of three major parts: electrons, protons, and neutrons.
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The smallest particle of an element that cannot be divided or broken up by chemical means. It consists of a central core (or nucleus), containing protons and neutrons, with electrons revolving in orbits in the region surrounding the nucleus.
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Atom is a format to publish content in XML to be used by feed readers and news aggregators. This is known as the Atom Syndication Format. WordPress can automatically generate an Atom feed for content and it can be included into the header template to be automatically discovered by feed readers and news aggregators. These feed readers regularly chec [..]
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The smallest unit of matter that possesses chemical properties. All atoms have the same basic structure: a nucleus containing positively charged protons with an equal number of negatively charged elec [..]
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Copyright by Matisse "Atom" Enzer -->An evolving protocol for syndication and sharing of content. Atom was being developed as a successor to and improvement over RSS and is more complex t [..]
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The smallest particle of an elementary substance that retains the elemental properties of the substance, and composed of a positively charged nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electr [..]
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(physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element having the chemical properties of the element (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything (atomic) of or relating to or comprising atoms; [..]
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an extremely small particle of anything
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The smallest unit of matter that possesses chemical properties. All atoms have the same basic structure: a nucleus containing positively charged protons with an equal number of negatively charged electrons orbiting around it. In addition to protons, most nuclei contain neutral neutrons whose mass is similar to that of protons. Each atom corresponds [..]
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The smallest particle of an element that still retains the characteristics of that element. Every atom consists of a positively charged central nucleus, which carries nearly all the mass of the atom, [..]
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The smallest unit of an element which cannot be divided or broken up by chemical means, and has all the chemical properties of that element. It consists of a central core of protons and neutrons, call [..]
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A basic unit of matter consisting of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons.
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The smallest complete particle of an element which can be obtained yet retain all physical and chemical properties of the element.
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(1) When written as AToM, it is short for Any Transport over MPLS, a technology developed by Cisco for transporting Layer 2 packets over an IP/MPLS backbone. The technology is designed to let ISPs com [..]
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Atom is an alternate XML format for easily sharing content, much like RSS Really Simple Syndication (format). Blogs on http://www.blogger.com/ for example, publish Atom feeds.
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The smallest possible unit of matter that still maintains an element’s identity during chemical reactions. Atoms contain one or more protons and neutrons (except hydrogen (H), which normally contain [..]
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Smallest particle of an element that can enter into combination with other elements.
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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.
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A particle of matter which cannot be broken up by chemical means. Atoms have a nucleus consisting of positively-charged protons and uncharged neutrons of almost the same mass. The positive charges on [..]
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The smallest unit of matter as recognized by chemical properties of molecules. Atoms are composed of protons, neutrons and electrons. The latter provide all properties described by molecular interacti [..]
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the smallest unit or the basic building blocks of matter which make up all objects, made up of equal number of protons and electrons
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The smallest part of a substance which can exist and still retain the properties of that substance.
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The smallest particle of an element that can enter into a chemical combination.
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The smallest particle of an element that retains the chemical properties of that element. The atoms of many elements are bonded together in groups to form particles called molecules. Atoms consist of [..]
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The smallest unit of matter that is unique to a particular element. They are the ultimate building blocks for all matter.
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A particle of matter that cannot be broken up by chemical means. Atoms have a nucleus consisting of positively charged protons and uncharged neutrons of about the same mass. In a neutral atom the positive charges of the protons in the nucleus are balanced by the same number of negatively charged electrons in motion around the nucleus.
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[noun] The smallest unit of an element that retains the chemical properties of the element. Atoms can exist alone or in combinations with other atoms forming molecules. Appears in modules:
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The smallest particle of a chemical element (about three ten-billionths of a meter in diameter). Atoms are the building blocks of molecules and solid objects; they consist of a cloud of electrons surr [..]
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tiny particle of matter consisting of a nucleus that contains protons
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The smallest part of an element that has all the properties of the element.
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The smallest particle of an element that cannot be divided or broken up by chemical means. It consists of a central core of protons and neutrons, called the nucleus. Electrons revolve in orbits in the [..]
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A syndication format for machine-readable Web feeds that is usually accessible via a URL. While it was created as an alternative to RSS (Real Simple Syndication) to improve upon RSS’s deficiencies ( [..]
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Atom is a protocol for syndicating online content, based of XML specifications. The evolving standards are an improvement over RSS, offering additional features, such as identifying the geographic loc [..]
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The smallest particle of an element that can exist either alone or in combination with other atoms of the same or other elements.
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The smallest unit of an element that can exist alone or in combination with other elements
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the smallest particle of an element that can enter into a chemical reaction.
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The smallest possible particle of any chemical element. For example, an atom of carbon is the smallest possible unit of carbon. The size of an atom is approximately 10-10m. It consists of a nucleus (c [..]
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A particle of matter indivisible by chemical means. It is the fundamental building block of elements.
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The smallest particle of an element that cannot be divided or broken up by chemical means. It consists of a central core of protons and neutrons, called the nucleus. Electrons revolve in orbits in the [..]
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smallest component of an element possessing all the chemical characteristics of that element, consisting of a nucleus and one or more electrons.
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An evolving protocol for syndication and sharing of content.
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Atom is an intended replacement for RSS and like it is used for syndicating a web site's content. It is currently not nearly as popular or well-supported by software applications, however.
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A format for syndicating content on news-like sites, viewable by Atom-aware programs called news readers or aggregators.
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(n) (physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element having the chemical properties of the element(n) (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything
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Building block of matter, the smallest particle of an element (Lessons 5, 8, 10, 23, 24, 25)
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The smallest unit of matter.  Everything in the world is made of different combinations of atoms.
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The most basic unit comprising matter. Atoms consist of electrons, protons and neutrons.
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A particle which is the smallest unit of a chemical element. It is made up mainly of electrons (minus charges) in orbit around protons (positive charges).
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(n.) The smallest possible unit of a chemical element. When an atom is subdivided the parts no longer have properties of any chemical element. An atom consists of a nucleus with orbiting electrons.
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The Atom is the smallest unit of a elementary substance, i.e. of a substance which is not a compound of two or more elementary substances. All atoms consist of an atomic nucleus and an atomic shell. T [..]
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System of matter consisting of a number of electrons surrounding a very small, positively charged nucleus; the smallest unit that can be identified uniquely as a chemical element (Martin).
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An atom is the smallest chemically indivisible part of an element. An atom has a central nucleus composed of protons and neutrons. The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom determines which elem [..]
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The basic unit of matter and the smallest, indivisible unit of a chemical element. It comprises a nucleus (neutrons + protons) that is surrounded by a cloud of electrons.
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The smallest unit of an element, consisting of a dense, positively-charged nucleus surrounded by electrons.
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The smallest unit of matter. Scientists so far have found 112 different kinds of atoms. Everything in the world is made of different combinations of these atoms.
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the smallest particle of an element which can exist alone or enter into a chemical combination.
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The smallest object that retains properties of an element. Composed of electrons and a nucleus (containing protons and neutrons).
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the smallest particle of an element that can enter into a chemical combination.
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does not necessarily correspond to the modern picture of the ultimate particle of an element. Dalton, for example, meant something more along the lines of "ultimate particle of a substance"; [..]
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A fundamental constituent of matter. All substances consist of atoms, usually combined chemically into molecules.
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The smallest particle of an element.
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Atom is a concurrent and domain specific programming language that is used for real-time and embedded applications. It features compile time task scheduling and produces code with improved memory usag [..]
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The smallest unit of an element that retains its properties.
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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter.
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The smallest unit of a chemical element; composed of protons, neutrons, and electrons.
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The smallest unit of matter.
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The structure of elements. Everything is made up of molecules, which are organized clusters of atoms.
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The smallest particle of an element that can exist either alone or in combination. AURIFEROUS: Containing gold.
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The smallest subdivision of matter that retains the characteristics of the element.
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"Every atom is a trio of matter, energy and consciousness. The consciousness of every atom is always an intelligent elemental. If the materialists are not capable of seeing those elementals, it i [..]
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A regular expression component potentially matching a substring containing one or more characters and treated as an indivisible syntactic unit by any following quantifier. (Contrast with an assertion [..]
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Smallest (or ultimate) particle of an element that still retains the characteristics of that element. Every atom consists of a positively charged central nucleus, which carries nearly all the mass of the atom, surrounded by a number of negatively charged electrons, so that the whole system is electrically neutral.
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A regular expression
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may occur.
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Atoms are the mathematical or symbolic operators in the parse tree. Atoms are always internal (non-leaf) nodes as all atoms accept arguments.
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An atom is the smallest chemically indivisible unit, formed by nucleus and one or more electrons, and are electrically neutral when undisturbed. Atoms are the building blocks of molecules, like Oxygen (O2) or Water (H2O).  
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A chemical unit, composed of protons, neutrons, and electrons, that cannot further break down by chemical means.
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Individual component of a molecule.
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The smallest unit of matter that possesses chemical properties. All atoms have the same basic structure: a nucleus containing positively charged protons with an equal number of negatively charged elec [..]
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The smallest particle that an element can be broken down into and still maintain its unique identity.
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The smallest unit of matter. Scientists so far have found 112 different kinds of atoms. Everything in the world is made of different combinations of these atoms.
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The smallest unit into which matter can be divided without the release of electrically charged particles, and also the smallest unit of matter that cannot be decomposed into simpler substances by ordinary chemical processes. Hence the atom is the basic building block of chemistry. Atoms, also called chemical elements, can combine with one another t [..]
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The smallest particle which makes up a specific substance. It’s composed of a center around which electrons revolve.
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The smallest complete particle of an element, which can be obtained, yet which retains all physical and chemical properties of the element.
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The Atom is a name shared by five fictional comic book superheroes from the DC Comics universe. The original Golden Age Atom, Al Pratt, was created by writer Bill O'Connor and artist Ben Flinton and f [..]
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The name Atom applies to a pair of related Web standards. The Atom Syndication Format is an XML language used for web feeds, while the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub or APP) is a simple HTTP-based [..]
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An atom is a basic unit of matter consisting of a nucleus within a cloud of one or more electrons. Atom(s) may also refer to:
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In the mathematical field of order theory, an element a of a partially ordered set with least element 0 is an atom if 0 < a and there is no x such that 0 < x < a. Equivalently, one may defin [..]
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In mathematics, more precisely in measure theory, an atom is a measurable set which has positive measure and contains no set of smaller positive measure. A measure which has no atoms is called non-ato [..]
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The Atom (Dr. Raymond Palmer) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by editor and co-plotter Julius Schwartz, writer Gardner Fox [..]
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Al Pratt is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics and the original hero to fight crime as the Atom. He initially had no superpowers; instead, he was a diminuti [..]
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Atom is an action game published by Tandy in 1983 for the TRS-80 Color Computer. The game educates the player about the elements of the periodic table from Hydrogen through Xenon.
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An Atom of time or "a-tom" (“indivisible” in Greek), refers to the smallest possible unit of time.
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Atom is a domain-specific language (DSL) in Haskell, for designing real-time embedded software.
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Ryan Choi is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Gail Simone and Grant Morrison, the character first appeared in DCU: Brave New World #1 (August [..]
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The name Atom applies to a pair of related Web standards. The Atom Syndication Format is an XML language used for web feeds, while the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub or APP) is a simple HTTP-based [..]
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Atom is a system on a chip (SoC) platform designed for smartphones and tablet computers, launched by Intel in 2012. It is a continuation of the partnership announced by Intel and Google on September 1 [..]
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Atom is a free and open-source text and source code editor for macOS, Linux, and Microsoft Windows with support for plug-ins written in Node.js, and embedded Git Control, developed by GitHub. Atom is [..]
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The ATOM is a heavy 8×8 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) jointly developed by the Russian company Petrel (a division of Uralvagonzavod) and the French company Renault Trucks. The vehicle is establishe [..]
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The constituent of elements - the smallest building block which can combine chemically with other atoms and therefore form compounds.. The atom consists of an electron cloud surrounding a nucleus. The [..]
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The smallest part of an element that can exist and still retain the properties of the element; i.e. a nucleus and surrounding electrons.
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