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Cl₂ is a molecule. It is the molecule of chlorine.

Cl is a chlorine atom. Two chlorine atoms combine to form one chlorine molecule.
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atoms don't have any subscript like 2 or 3...
H is an atom...H2 is a molecule
because the definition of atom says that atom are the smallest particle of element which may or may not exist freely
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yes... that's right! H and Cl are the smallest particle and they do not exist freely.
Some freely existing atoms are Argon, Helium, etc
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Cl2 represents one molecule of chlorine.we may imagine it as 1Cl2.two atoms of chlorine combines to form this molecule.
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