Chemistry Lesson: Chemical Formulas

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https://getchemistryhelp.com/learn- chemistry -fast/ This lesson shows how to interpret the elemental symbols, subscripts,  and  parentheses in a chemical formula.

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Leslie Corrin says:

This was the most helpful out of all the videos I have seen. you explain step by step which was what I needed. Thanks. Liked and Subscribed.

Kole H says:

I know this video is from 2013 yet can someone confirm that my textbook made a typo in the number of atoms in Nitroglycerin? It states that there are 3 carbon, 5 hydrogens, 1 nitrogen, 3 oxygen in 4C3H5(NO3)3. According to the formula doesn't this mean there are 3 carbon atoms, 5 hydrogen atoms, *3 nitrogen atoms*, and *9 oxygen atoms*???

MORGAN WHITTING says:

very helpful.

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Opal-June Betton says:

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Abderrezzak Alfrid says:

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Dani Adams says:

Exactly what I needed thank you for explain it so well and precise

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