empirical formula definition

  • noun:
    • A chemical formula that suggests the relative proportions associated with elements in a molecule as opposed to the real few atoms associated with elements.
    • A notation suggesting the ratios of the various elements within a compound, without reference to the particular numbers.
    • an expression which gives the easy proportion associated with the constituents.
    • a chemical formula showing the ratio of elements in a compound as opposed to the final amount of atoms
    • A chemical formula that shows the relative proportions regarding the elements in a molecule as opposed to the real wide range of atoms regarding the elements.
    • A notation showing the ratios of the various elements present in a compound, without regard to the specific figures.
    • an expression gives the simple proportion for the constituents.
    • a chemical formula showing the proportion of elements in a compound rather than the total number of atoms
    • A chemical formula that shows the general proportions regarding the elements in a molecule as opposed to the actual wide range of atoms of elements.
    • A notation indicating the ratios of the numerous elements within a compound, without reference to the actual figures.
    • a manifestation which gives the simple proportion regarding the constituents.
    • a chemical formula showing the ratio of elements in a compound rather than the final number of atoms
  • adjective:
    • See under Formula.
    • See under Formula.
    • view under Formula.

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