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Suppose a large atom bonds with a small atom. Predict whether the properties of the new molecule will be the same as the large atom, the same as the small atom, or different from both atoms.

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    Easy. Uranium hexafluoride. One great massive atom, six small. IT has chemical properties different from Uranium metal, and fluorine.

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    Suppose a large atom bonds with a small atom. Predict whether the properties of the new molecule will be the same as the large atom, the same as the small atom, or different from both atoms.

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    What is Uranium Hexafluoride?

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    Suppose a large atom bonds with a small atom. Predict whether the properties of the new molecule will be the same as the large atom, the same as the small atom, or different from both atoms.

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