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Compare the properties of elements and compounds. Give two examples of each, including one example that exists in the human body. Explain the atomic nature of one element and one compound found in human body.

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    Ashlee, we are here to help, not to write an term paper. Someone will be happy to review what you think. You might pick the element Co for one element in the human body since it has such importance.

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