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Do the properties of a newly formed chemical compound tend to differ from or be the same as the properties of the individual elements that compose it?

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    Hmmmm. Water is pretty different from oxygen and hydrogen.

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    Well...we know Sodium (Na) is a silver metal while Chlorine (Cl) is a poisonous gas. However, they chemically combine to make yummy table salt (NaCl)!!!

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