Chemical symbols represent a chemical element.Chemical formulas represent compounds.
Respectively they represent elements and compounds.
To represent itself (such as you having a name). Also just to refer to it
These are called chemical formulas.
Three symbols for force used in formulas
elements and compounds
Chemicals equations use chemical formulas and other symbols instead of words to summarize a reaction.
chemical symbols and formula are short hand for chemicals to save every thing being massive like rutherfordium is Rf.
The Symbols provide a shorthand method for representing elements and compounds, and how they react with each other. The formula's represent compounds.
Algebra is a part of mathematics in which letters and other symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulas and equations.
A group of symbols that represent a compound is a Coefficent
Chemical elements are represented by symbols, not by a formula. For a complete list see the link below.
There are no overall symbols that represent America. Though each country has their own national symbols.
Atomic symbols are used to represent elements, a negative (-) and a psoitive (+) represent electrons and protons, respectively. Chemicals or other compounds are often written as a combination of atomic symbols with subscripts to indicate the presence of multiple atoms.
THE SYMbols in the flag represent the U.S.A.. wealth and trade
what does the symbols in the state seal represent in connecticut
Element do not have chemical formulas these are the preserve of compound made from elements. Elements have symbols (eg the element Gold has the symbol Au) which are used in chemical formulas.
Chemical symbols represent a chemical substance or element
the colors most likely represent the symbols of the state or country
Many symbols represent strength including a backbone, lion, and finally a running horse.
Conventional Symbols are symbols that are used on maps to represent different features.
They represent royalthy
They represent syllables or words.
Chemical symbols are derived from Latin words for the chemicals.
Rivers are (comparatively) narrow, oceans are wide.