A 10-year-old Missouri girl may be the youngest in history to discover a new molecule after a brief introduction on molecular formation by her middle school science teacher.

Clara Lazen of Kansas City was piecing together over-sized atoms from an educational model in her Border Star Montessori School classroom when she composed something her teacher had never seen before.

‘I just saw that these go together more,’ Clara told Fox4 while holding up her molecule’s model. ‘Like, they fit more together and they look better. And all the holes have to be filled in for it to be stable.’

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