During a chemical change, two elements combine to form a compound with different chemical properties.
How do the properties of compounds compare to the properties of the elements from which the compounds are composed?
The properties of compounds are generally ...
a) ... very different from the properties of the elements that compose them.
b) ... very similar to the properties of the elements that compose them.
c) ... similar if the elements that compose them are similar.
d) ... different if the elements that compose them are different.
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