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A Compound is Combination of two or more different chemical elements held together by chemical bonds. See element, Inorganic Compound, organic Compound.

In the context of the environment, a compound generally refers to a substance made up of two or more elements that are chemically bonded together. These compounds can have various impacts on the environment, depending on their properties and how they are used or disposed of.

Some examples of compounds in the environment include:

In addition to these examples, there are many other compounds that can have environmental impacts, both positive and negative. For example, compounds can be used as fertilizers to improve crop yields, as well as pollutants that can contaminate water and soil.

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