Caption: Hydrogen and Carbon molecules combine to make the compound methane. All compounds are molecules, but not all molecules are compounds. For example, two hydrogen atoms bond to form a molecule of hydrogen gas. But since the only element involved is hydrogen, there is no compound formed. However, if we combine four hydrogen atoms with one carbon atom forming a molecule of methane this does constitute a compound, because the molecule contains more than one element.

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Molecules to compounds

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