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Chemical structure is the arrangement of atoms within a molecule, usually linked by covalent bonds. Chemical structure can range from the very simple, such as diatomic oxygen or nitrogen molecules, to the very complex, such as protein or DNA molecules. Chemical structure can be represented using a structural formula.
A common method for determining chemical structure is X-ray diffraction.
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