So I have been doing research and if antimatter atoms can exist, does that mean every atom now a days has an antimatter counterpart? I know we have discovered anti-hydrogen but anyways I'm trailing off. Could you theoretically create anti-molecules? Obviously realistically at this time antimatter is hard as hell to keep contained for any length of time but if it was possible, what would these anti-molecules possess? Like say anti-H20 or anti-HCl? Thanks for the responses - Adrian :) P.S not sure what place this belongs but this seems like a good place.