Although Excel checks that the formula has the correct structure, it does not check that the formula contains the correct values or cell references.
unit cell or formula unit
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No, the basic unit for a covalent bond is a molecule and for ionic it is formula units.
It can be called a formula.
If you move a formula, as opposed to copying it, cell references will stay the same.
It would be a formula that includes absolute references in cells. When such a formula is copied, those cell references will not change. An absolute cell reference includes cell references with two dollar signs in them, like: $A$2.
if you move or copy the formula to another cell, the cells referred formula will changed. Excel adjusts the cell references relative to the new cell in which the formula is pasted. this is called relative referencing.
It contains relative cell references.
A relative cell reference is one that will change to a different cell if you copy the formula. An absolute reference is one that will always use the same cell. For example, say you have a percentage in cell B1 that you want to add to all the cells from A3 down. In cell B3 you could use the formula '=A3*(1+$B$1)'. If you copy this formula to the cells below B3, the reference to A3 will change to be the cell immediately to the left, because it is a relative cell reference. By adding the $ symbol before the B and the 1, however, an absolute reference is created. It will always refer to cell B1.
Relative cell references and some mixed cell references will change when a formula is copied.
Formulas with absolute references.
Relative Cell references