empirical formula

NOUN
  1. a chemical formula showing the ratio of elements in a compound rather than the total number of atoms
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How To Use empirical formula In A Sentence

  • Last is the empirical formula this is the simplest ratio of atoms in a molecule.
  • The empirical formula can be obtained from the elemental analysis of a substance.
  • The main research methods include empirical formula, physical simulation, numerical simulation and field measurement.
  • This formula is accompanied by another which makes it possible to deduce the refractive index of a chemical compound from its composition, admittedly only in rough approximation as was possible earlier with the aid of certain empirical formulae. Hendrik A. Lorentz - Nobel Lecture
  • Considerable uncertainty however prevailed for a long time even regarding the empirical formula of haemin, and the uncertainty as to its internal chemical structure was even greater. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1930 - Presentation Speech
  • The empirical formula of a compound is that which is obtained through laboratory research.
  • Appropriate chemical attribute information, such as structural formula, empirical formula, and molecular weight.
  • When the chemical formula of an ionic compound is written down, it is the empirical formula that is used.
  • The empirical formula of a compound is that which is obtained through laboratory research.
  • An empirical formula for estimating magnitude from maximum distance of registration of P-waves was found.
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