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Compare and contrast two elements combining to form a compound and two compounds combining to form a mixture.

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    You can find most of the information you need in your text or on the Internet; however, you can start with one or two facts.
    1. A compound with completely different properties results when element A reacts with element B to form a compound (for example, AB).
    2. A mixture of element A and element B: The properties of each element remain the same and each can be separated by physical means.

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    A compound with completely: A.reacts with element B.to from a compound.

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