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Please, can someone help me?

How do the submicroscopic and macroscopic views of matter differ?

How are the submicroscopic and macroscopic views related?

Also, what are the submicroscopic and macroscopic views?

Thanks!

submicroscopic = atomic
macroscopic = matter as large quantities.

I will be happy to critique your thinking.



Thanks, but, um, how are they views? Wouldn't the answer to the first one just be submicroscopic is on a smaller scale than macroscopic?

how do the submicroscopic and macroscopic views of matter differ?

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