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Which of the following is generally defined as a substance composed of molecules in which two or more nonmetallic elements are joined?
A. Binary compound
B. Ionic compound
C. Molecular compound
D. Ternary compound

I think A

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    Nope. Think on C3H8 or C3H7OH

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    C. MOLECULAR COMPOUND

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    Go to the head of the class.

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