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Honey does not have it's own molecular formula. However, the predominant components are: The monosaccharides fructose and glucose and the disaccharide sucrose, the major component. The molecular formula for those sugars are: Sucrose; C12H22O11, Glucose; C6H12O6 and Fructose; C6H12O6. As you can see the formula for Glucose and Fructose are identical although the molecules are conformationally very different. In a case where there is confusion, I would certain use the international standardised nomenclature: Iernational Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry nomenclature, shortened to IUPAC. As such, the molecules follow the following nomenclature (name): Sucrose: Sucrose Glucose: 6-(hydroxymethyl)oxane -2,3,4,5-tetrol OR (2R,3R,4S,5R,6R)-6 -(hydroxymethyl)tetrahydro -2H-pyran-2,3,4,5-tetraol Fructose: (2R,3S,4R,5R)-2,5-Bis(hydroxymethyl)oxolane-2,3,4-triol Hope this helps.
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The molecular formula of a compound is the number of atoms of each element in one molecule. So in water (H2O), one molecule of water has 2 Hydrogen atoms and one oxygen.
A chemical formula that shows the number and kinds of atoms in a molecule.
The molecule of NO has only one nitrogen and one oxygen while N2O has two nitrogen and one oxygen.
empirical formula shows the simplest ratio between atoms present in molecule. For example, the empirical formula of glucose is CH2o [c6h12o6]. it shows simple ratio between …carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. molecular formula shows the actual number of combining atom in a compound. for example molecular formula of benzene is c6h6
The molecular formula specifies the actual number of atoms of each element in a molecule.
Honey is a mixture of organic and some inorganic compounds, hence is not a pure substance and has no "one" or "exact" molecular formula. A typical honey breakdown of com…position is: * Fructose: 38.5% * Glucose: 31.0% * Sucrose: 1.0% * Water: 17.0% * Other sugars: 9.0% (maltose, melezitose) * Ash: 0.17% * Other: 3.38% Fructose and glucose have the same empirical molecular formula: C6H12O6, just a different isomer of it. Sucrose is just a disaccharide of glucose and fructose with an α (alpha) 1,2 glycosidic linkage. The other compounds such as ash contain a large multitude of other compounds, making honey a very mixed batch of organic chemicals, we refer colloquially to as "honey".
Because there are no compounds that aren't molecules/molecular. The question as posed is nonsense. Rephrase?
By determining the molecular mass, then dividing the molecular mass by the formula mass of the empirical formula to determine by what integer the subscripts in the empirical f…ormula must be multiplied to produce the molecular formula with the experimentally determined molecular mass.
Yes. It is. because it shows the Number of carbon or hydrogen molecules in view.
I think that honey is a mixture, so it doesn't really have its own molecular weight. Especially since there are two types of honey at least: regular honey and clove honey.
The molecular formula would have to be C4H10 as the number of hydrogen atoms cannot exceed 2+2X where X is the number of carbon atoms.
the molecular formula for cholesterol is C27H46O
Yes, the empirical formula is the most basic ratio of the elements in a compound, while the molecular formula is the ratio in a compound. For instance C5H10O could be both the… empirical and the molecular formula or the molecular formula could be C10H20O2 the molecular formula depends on the molar mass.
Both formulas are possible molecular formulas for the same empirical formula, CH2.
the molecular name of urea is diminomethanal and molecular formula is ch4n2o
A molecular formula comprises the constituent atoms of a molecule; to determine molecular mass, summate the atomic masses of the elements in their respective proportions.