Chemical name for water is H20.
The chemical formula name of water is H20.
Water has the chemical name dihydrogen monoxide (H2O).
the chemical name of soda water is.. sodium carbonate :) crazy people
the chemical name of limewater is saturated calcium hydroxide.
The formula is H2O, but the actual chemical name is Dihydrogen Monoxide.
Chemical name- sodium silicate formula-Na2SiO3
H2O is water. There is no chemical name for it. Water is two hydrogen atoms covalently bonded to a single oxygen atom.
This is chemical formula for 2 molecules of H2O, meaning water
The chemical name for water is di-hydrogen monoxide, in line with the formula H2O.
The correct chemical name is dihydrogen oxide.
Ra is the chemical name. Radium reacts violently with water.
It`s - Dihydrogen oxide
no water is h2o (hydrogen dioxide)
Most substances can be described by common name and a chemical name. If the name you have is a common name finding the source of it is not easy. Water is the common name and H2O is the chemical name.
Dihydrogen monoxide is a chemical name for water.
Water is used most commonly, but the actual chemical name is dihydrogen monoxide.
Yes it is. Its chemical name is dihydrogen monoxide, or simply hydrogen monoxide.
Wine is not a chemical compound but it is a complex mixture of compounds dissolved in water.
The chemical name of vinegar is something like "dilute acetic acid in water, with some minor constituents."
Co2 is the chemical name for carbon dioxide which is soluble in water, while Po43 is the chemical name for Phosphate,
Dihydrogen monoxide The chemical forumula for water is H2O -- is that what you mean?
Salt(ed) water is a solution of sodium chloride (NaCl) in water.
H2O (hydrogen plus oxygen)
H2O Di-hydrogen monoxide
H2O mixed with impurity's
The chemical name for NH4OH is ammonium hydroxide. This is also referred to as ammonia solution and is a solution comprised of ammonia in water.
A scientific name is dihydrogen oxide.
the chemical is quick lime or CaO or calcium oxide.
Orange juice does not have a chemical name. It is simply orange juice and is made up of citric acid, sugars, and water.
There is no chemical name for tea as it is a mixture of many different chemicals.
If H2O is water, and you have 3H2O, then it's just water, I think!
Physical changes of water: vaporization, freezing, condensation, etc.
The hydrochloric acid is used for pool; this is a water solution of HCl.
Gin is a mixture of water, ethanol, plant extracts from juniperus, etc.
H2O is the chemical formula for "water". and the scientific name is hydrogen oxide.
H2O. Simply another name for water.
potassium sulphate.aluminium sulphate.24 water
Dihydrogen Monoxide - Aka H2O
dihydrogen monoxide is water
The first is a chemical formula, the second is its chemical name, though 'water' is the fully correct name for this substance H2O.
Is water. water is one of the chemical compound that takes part in human body. Because almost 78% of human body is made of water.
Soda may be carbonated water (water with dissolved carbon dioxide), sodium carbonates, sodium hydroxide; soda is not a systematic chemical name.
Honey is a mixture not a chemical compound; honey contain glucose, fructose, maltose, water, etc.
Although it is commonly called water the systematic name is dihydrogen monoxide.
Honey is not a chemical compound but a mixture.
If the compound is aqueous (or dissolved in water) then the chemical name is sulfuric acid. If it is in its gaseous form then it is hydrogen sulfate H2SO2 is called hyposulfurous acid.
The more polite (and scientific) name for spit is "saliva". It's not a pure compound and therefore doesn't have a "chemical name," though it's mainly a solution of mucopolysaccharides in water.
-Water has a melting point of 0oC -Water has a boiling point of 100oC -Water has a chemical formula of H2O. -The proper chemical name for water is Dihydrogen Oxide -Water makes up a significant portion of every living thing
One obscure name for water is H2O, which is the chemical formula for water, one hydrogen molecule and two oxygen molecules. This name is as popular in the mainstream lexicon as it is in scientific circles.