Difference between Element and Compound


Elements in Periodic table
  • It is a pure substance that cannot be further changed into a simpler form
  • Hydrogen, oxygen, helium etc are examples

  • Is a substance formed by the combination of two or more elements in a definite and reproducible way.

  • Water (H2O) is an example where element Hydrogen and oxygen are combined in the ratio 2:1.

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