A subscript is something written below the line.
Two ways are 9 1/10 or 91/10. The first of these requires superscripts and subscripts, but unfortunately, this browser is incapable, at present, with dealing with them.
Fluorine-16 F-16 Use subscripts and superscripts with F to indicate mass and atomic number
Unfortunately, superscripts and subscripts are not recognized in WikiAnswers. 2 cubed would be written with a superscript 3 following a 2. To indicate that here, we write 2^3.
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subscripts are the cation superscripts are the anian
Balancing only allows you to change the coefficients, NOT the subscripts.
These subscripts are down the chemical symbol and at right. Example: O2
Do you mean subscripts like H2O (ie the 2 would be subscripted)?
Some of the subscripts are used incorrectly
In a chemical formula, the significance of subscripts is that it tells you how many atoms of a certain element are present in a structure.
No, when the subscripts are changed, they become different compounds than the intended compounds.
The meaning of subscripts in a chemical formula is to indicate the number of a given atom in the molecule.