A granola bar
A loud sound
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There are more types of elements than there are compounds.
They are both different kinds of particles.
Elements are never composed of molecules, compounds always are.
Elements are composed on only one kind of atom; compounds are composed of two or more kinds of atoms.
Water is an example of an element; carbon dioxide is an example of a compound.
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