Atomic theory, Physics

The matter consists of one or more basic substances called elements. An element is a substance whose all atoms are alike. Cohesion between atoms arises atoms because of interactions between various constituents of atoms. It is thus significant for us to understand the structure of atoms and realize the functions of their constituents.

 

 

 

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