How to Write Chemical Formulas?


Chemical Formula should contain proper notations as per IUPAC rules for elements. For example, Aluminum should be written as Al nor al. Number of mole should be Suffix like O2.
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How to Write a Chemical Formula
A chemical formula is a simplified, standard notation for explaining a chemical reaction used in experiments. They may look complicated, but when you learn how to read them, they become fairly self-explanatory.... More »
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