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What is the smallest particle representing hydrogen peroxide?

A. a molecule

B. an oxygen atom

C. diatomic oxygen

D. a hydrogen atom

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Answer: A. a molecule

A molecule is the combination of two or more atoms. These atoms are held by chemical bonds. A molecule, although the smallest portion of a substance, shows all the properties of the substance. An example of a molecule is H202.

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