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Atoms are the smallest stable constituents of the elements in nature. However, only the noble-gas elements are usually found as isolated atoms in nature. Most substances in nature are found as combinations of atoms as molecules and ions. Molecular and ionic compounds are represented by chemical formulas. The three commonly used chemical formulas are: empirical formula, molecular formula and structural formula.
What is the difference between molecular, empirical and structural formulas?
S7P2A22 (Identity - Chemical Identity).
Pj Problem of Interest is of type identity (chemical identity).
Imagine that the atoms A, B and C combine to form one molecule of the compound M
Molecular Formula indicates the actual numbers of each of the atoms that form a molecule (figure 1a).
If AxByCz is the molecular formula for M, then there are x atoms of A, y atoms of B and z atoms of C in compound M.
Empirical Formula indicates the relative number of each of the atoms that form a molecule (figure 1b).
Ax/dBy/dCz/d is the empirical formula for compound M.
Where d is the greatest common divisor of x, y and z.
Structural Formula indicates the specific attachments of the atoms to one another (figure 1c).
Is A attached to B or to C? Is B attached to C? the structural formular answers these questions.
A structural formula does not indicate the bond angles of the atoms and so does not show the molecular geometry of the molecule.
Chemists use various models to visualize the molecular geometry of a molecule. The ball and stick and the space-filling model are two of the commonly used models.
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