Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry

Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry

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6.1 Empirical formulae The empirical formula of a compound is the simplest possible formula indicating the relative numbers of different atoms in it. The formula is ... Examples: C2H6 (NaCl)aˆž In practice, a mixture of empirical and molecular formulae are used - NaCl alongside C2H6. ... Download free ebooks at Example: (b) Ionic compounds: ion formulae These are determined from.

Title:Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
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