Explain why elements combine in exact ratios to make electrically neutral compounds?

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When you observe something, that is science. When you ask why, that is religion. It takes a year and a half of chemistry classes to learn enough words to answer your question, and then it is an observation, not a "why".

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Neutral compounds are chemical mixtures that don't react with acid or base chemicals. Neutral compounds have no electrical charge, so they do not absorb ions from other chemicals.

By nature if we combine two particular element, bonding strength between the 2 elements will more. So, foreign substances cannot break these bonds and cannot react with them. They are stable. They called as neutral elements.

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