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Why are molecular models important in the understanding of molecules?
(Select all that apply.)

A. They can offer a perfect visual image of the compound.
B. They provide a visual of arrangement of atoms, bonds, and valence electrons in the compound.
C. They can identify the number of protons and neutrons in the atoms of the bond.
D. They provide insight as to how a molecule will interact.

I think it is b and d

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