What is difference between diagram monoatomic and diatomic ?


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Jul16-13, 06:49 PM
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What is difference between diagram monoatomic and diatomic ?
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monatomic means a molecule with one atom like He
and diatomic means a molecule with two atoms like H2 or CO


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