Does all matter contain atoms?

Answer All matter is made up of atoms, which are the smallest unit of matter. Without atoms, there would be no matter, only empty space. Scientists have discovered more than 100 different types of atoms. ... Read More »

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Does fire contain atoms?

Fire does contain atoms. A fire is the result of a combustion reaction. The products of a combustion reaction are usually carbon dioxide and water vapor. Carbon dioxide and water vapor are compound... Read More »

What Are Matter, Compounds, Atoms and Elements?

Philosophers have long puzzled over the nature of matter. Thales, an ancient Greek nature philosopher, believed that its basic constituent was water. George Berkeley, an 18th-century thinker, denie... Read More »

Do atoms contain empty space?

All atoms contain a nucleus made up of proton and neutron particles with electron particles orbiting around the nucleus. Most of the atom's volume, however, appears to be empty space. This discover... Read More »

How many atoms are in one mole of uranium atoms?

One mole, also known as Avoagadro's number, always equates to 6.022 times 10 to the power of 23 atoms. It does not change from element to element. Thus, there are 602,200,000,000,000,000,000,000 at... Read More »