Aniyah Jeter

Would an example of an element be say like Titanium and Uranium mixed up (not saying that could actually happen)?

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Elements are base components,  they are atomically uniform; mixing different elements creates compounds. The cosmos is made of countless compounds, though not all elements are compatible nor stable as compounds.  

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Aniyah Jeter
Aniyah Jeter commented
So, are all the things on the periodic table elements?
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Yes. The periodic table is a breakdown of the known elements, listed by atomic weight, which is the mass of the protons, neutrons and electrons of each atom.
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Thanks!

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