There are a total of three different elements in the compound C6H12O6. Six carbon atoms, twelve hydrogen atoms, and six oxygen atoms are what it is comprised of.
3 elements: carbon oxygen hydrogen and 24 atoms
The elements are boron and oxygen. The number of atoms is 3.
The elements that make up a compound and the exact number of atoms of each elements in a unit of the compound can be shown in a molecular formula.
A compound must have at least two atoms of different elements.
A molecule is two atoms bonded together. This can be two atoms of the same element, like H2, or two atoms of different elements like C6H12O6. On the other hand, a compoind is made up of molecules, however, a compound is at lease two or more different elements. Therefore, C6H12O6 is a compound, while H2 is not
24 in total. there are six carbon, twelve hydrogen and six oxygen atoms.
Nitrogen-1, Hydrogen-3 Number of atoms altogether: 4 (in every molecule of the compound).
There is no compound with the formula CHO. However, if you meant a sugar such as glucose, the formula is C6H12O6 . So, the total number of atoms is glucose is 6+12+6 = 24 atoms.
Elements in the compound and the number of atoms of each element in a molecule of that compound.
12 carbon atoms. 2(C6H12O6). Two glucose molecules which each contain 6 carbon atoms.
A chemical formula shows what elements a compound contains, and the ratio of the atoms or ions of the elements in the compound.
The number of atoms is 2,167 970 708 52.10e25.
A chemical formula shows the elements and ratios of atoms in a compound.
(5.72g c6h12o6)*6.022*10^23atoms c6h12o6/180.156gc6h12o6=1.91*10^22 atoms c6h12o6
A combination of chemical symbols that show what elements make up a compound and the number of atoms of each element in the smallest unit of the compound is a chemical formula.
These atoms are from the chemical elements contained in the molecule of this compound.
Molecules are composed of two or more atoms. Compounds are made up of atoms of two or more elements
C6H12O6 is glucose, a simple sugar. It has 6 carbon, 12 hydrogen, and 6 oxygen atoms.
The ratio of elements in a compound (measured by the number of atoms) is an exact constant. In a mixture it can vary.
The letters represents the atom (or element) in the compound. In this case, there are carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms in this compound. The numbers behind the letters represents the number of each atoms in the compound. For the example, there are 6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms in the compound. based on this, we can tell that the compound here is glucose (C6H12O6) since all compounds and elements have different chemical formula (also all those numbers and letters). The number in front of the first letter represents the number of such molecules/compounds. Since it is given as 6C6H12O6, we can deduce that there are 6 glucose molecules in it.
... molecular formula.
That is called a formula.
It is a compound. Only atoms have atomic number. Elements have their own atomic number.