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The H stands for hydrogen and the O stands for oxygen

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O 2+ H 2O --> O 2H 2O

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The O stands for oxygen and the H stands for hydrogen. This is answered by a 9 year old.

It's a chemical change. Any time you have a change in the chemical formula of a substance, you have a chemical change. The chemical formula of hydrogen is H[2], and the chemical formula of oxygen is O[2]. The chemical formula of water is H[2]O. 2 H[2] + O[2] --> 2 H[2]O. If you were watching this happen in a lab, you'd watch two colorless gases react to form a single colorless liquid. A change in state (solid, liquid, or gas) that cannot be due to heating or cooling is nearly always a sign of a chemical change.

H is the chemical formula for hydrogen. There are some elements with H in the chemical formula. But the have other letters too.

The chemical formula of aspirin is C9H8O4. The chemical formula of starch is variable depending on the source and treatment; contain C,H,O.

Any chemical compound is composed of at least two elements. Each element has its own chemical symbol. So, it is logic that any chemical compound should have at least two chemical symbols in its formula. As an example, water is composed of hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) and water chemical formula is (H 2 O).

H I J K L M N O is the chemical formula for water. The letters go from H to O, H20 =)

A chemical formula is the number of atoms in a substance, and is the same as a molecular formula (provided the substance is a molecule - if not, it has no molecular formula). A structural formula shows how the atoms are linked, and there are different interpretations of this: eg C3H8O2 is the chemical formula of 1,2 propan di-ol, which is the same as the chemical formula of 1,1 propan di-ol the structural formula however is CH2OHCHOHCH3 for 1,2 propan di-ol and CH(OH)2CH2CH3 for 1,1 propan di-ol. A displayed formula shows all the bonds: ........H..OH...H.............O-H...H...H ........|....|.....|..................|....|.....| ....H-C.-.C.-.C.-.H.....H-O-C.-.C.-.C.-.H ........|....|.....|..................|....|.....| ....H-O...H....H.................H...H....H 1,2 propan di-ol........1,1 propan di-ol ---------------------------------- Some chemicals, such as table salt, have no molecule. Thus, they only have chemical formula but not molecular formula. The chemical formula of table salt is NaCl. There are other salts, such as Na2SO4, MgSO4, etc. (If you hear people saying "the salt molecule has the formula of NaCl...", believe me, they do not know what they are talking about.) Some compounds exist as molecules- discrete entities, such as water. This kind of compounds have molecular formula. Water's is H2O. Structural formula? Never heard of.

H-O-H is the symbol formula of WATER. H2O

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That is a structural formula. For example, the chemical formula for water is H2O and its structural formula is H-O-H, which shows how the atoms are arranged in the molecule.

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The bond between H and O is polar covalent.

Chemical Name = Oxygen Chemical Symbol = O There is no chemical formula for elements.

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