The molecular formula C6H8O6 contain 20 atoms.
There are a total of 20 atoms in C6H8O6. The subscript next to each element's symbol is the number of atoms of that element in the molecule. If there is no subscript, it is understood to be 1.
The total can be found from the formula 6+8+6 = 20.
There are three elements present in the chemical compound C6H8O6. Present in one molecule of this formula are the following atoms: Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen. In one molecule of this forumla there is a total of 20 atoms: 6 carbon atoms, 8 hydrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms.
Two kinds of atoms.
Sugar has three kinds of atoms
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There are two kinds of atoms in sulfur dioxide, sulfur and oxygen.
120 different kinds of atoms
21 different kinds of atoms
C3H4O3 is empirical formula of C6H8O6
94 kinds of atoms occur naturally on earth
i think 94 kinds of atoms occur to earth
Two or more different kinds of atoms/elements make up a compound.
There are two kinds of atoms. those are N and H atoms.
At least 112.
No different ones, just Oxygen atoms.