What are the rules in writing chemical symbols?

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what are the rules in writing chemical symbols? for you all out there that know this answer can you please help me this is for a chemisty work shop.
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The first letter must be upper case. If there is a second
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Not sure if this is what you need. First letter is always a capital. May or may not be a second letter. Second letter, if there is one is always small (non capital)
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CH_3COONa` is formed by the reaction of `CH_3COOH` which is weak acid called acetic acid and `NaHCO_3` base. This is a acid-base reaction and finally a salt and water will be formed
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