A molecular formula represents an element
Asked by cdiltaj | 22nd Sep, 2021, 08:42: AM
A chemical formula represents an element or compound in balanced equations.
Molecular formulas describe the exact number and type of atoms in a single molecule of a compound.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 22nd Sep, 2021, 12:24: PM
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