No, elements are the makeups of chemical formulas. No, elements are the makeups of chemical formulas.
There is no chemical formula for zinc, it is an element. It is represented by the symbol Zn.
Elements are the makeups of chemical formulas.
Iron is an element, represented by the symbol Fe. There is not technically a "chemical formula" for iron because it is an element.
The numbers in a chemical formula, represented by subscripts, indicate the number of atoms of each element in a molecule or formula unit.
Depending on the formula of the chemical compound containing aluminium.
A single atom of an element is represented by that element's chemical symbol.
Chemical elements are represented by symbols, not by a formula. For a complete list see the link below.
a compound is represented by a chemical formula.A chemical formula shows the kind of elements and the number of atoms of each element that re combined to form the compound.
A material that can be represented by a chemical is a compound.
A molecule is represented by a chemical formula.
Chemicals are represented by the chemical formula or by digital codes (for example the Chemical Abstracts number).
A chemical formula is the representation of a molecule of a chemical compound; all the atoms from the molecule of this compound need to be represented in the formula.
Barium is an element, with a chemical symbol of Ba. As an element it does not have a formula.
Carbon is a chemical element, and it has C as its chemical symbol. It does not have a chemical formula because it is (as stated) a chemical element, and not a chemical compound.
Acetic acid is not an element. Like all acids it is a compound.It's chemical formula is C2H4O2, often represented as CH3CO2H
Potassium wouldn't have a chemical formula as its not a compound, its an element by itself, represented by the symbol K. A chemical formula with potassium in it would be something like potassium iodide (KI) or potassium oxide (K20).
Phosphorus is an element. It is represented by the chemical symbol P.
Any chemical element; it is an error.
The chemical formula for an element is simply its atomic symbol, for instance Fe for iron, C for carbon. Some elements, however, exist in nature as a diatomic "molecule", such as oxygen which is usually represented as O2 rather than simply O.
yes. It can also be represented as a chemical formula.
Yes, all elements are represented by chemical symbols. They are on the periodic table of the elements.
CH2O is the formula for the compound (not element) formaldehyde.
The chemical formula (NO3)- is for the ion nitrate not for a chemical element.
The chemical formula of cocoa powder is represented by presence of theobromine. The chemical formula used for cocoa powder is C7H8N4O2.
The chemical formula (SO3)2- is for the ion sulfite, not for an element.