Chemistry Formulas

Chemical formula plays an important role in understanding different concepts of chemistry. Chemistry is all about learning chemical elements and compounds and how these things work together to form several chemical equations that are hard to understand. A chemical formula shows the symbols of the elements in the compound and the ratio of the elements to one another.

Chemical formulas can be quite simple sometimes as H (Hydrogen), or it can take a rather complicated form, such as CH3CH2OH (ethanol). Though these formulas are found to be very hard to learn and understand, very necessary to solve the reaction.

To score good marks in chemistry, students have to memorize the chemical formula by heart. These formulas will help you to crack your school exams, board exams as well as competitive exams also. Just by learning the basic rules and the names of elements, it’ll be easy for you to write the chemical formulas by your own.

Byju’s provides you a good collection of all the important chemical formulas at one place to help you look for any easy to difficult formula including these topics.

How to Write Chemical Formulas?

By knowing the names of the elements and some basic rules, we can name some compounds to give the chemical formula. But. if we know the name of the compound, we can easily write the chemical formula.

  • Write symbols for every element in the compound.
  • If you find more than one atom of a particular element in the formula unit, You can write the number of atoms soon after the symbol for the element.

Follow steps to Write a Chemical Reaction

  • Find the symbol of the cation and the anion
  • Find the charge of each symbol and place it in parenthesis above the symbol
  • Balance out the total positive and negative charge on the cation and anion.
  • Once the number of units of the cation and anion is determined those become the subscripts placed right after the symbol.
Acetaldehyde Formula Acetamide Formula
Acetonitrile Formula Activation Energy Formula
Aluminium Carbonate Formula Aluminium Chloride Formula
Aluminium Hydroxide Formula Aluminium Nitrate Formula
Aluminium Oxide Formula Aluminium Sulfide Formula
Aluminum Bromide Formula Aluminium Fluoride Formula
Aluminum Formula Aluminum Iodide Formula
Aluminum Phosphate Formula Amino Acid Formula
Ammonia Formula Ammonium Acetate Formula
Ammonium Bicarbonate Formula Ammonium Bromide Formula
Ammonium Carbonate Formula Ammonium Dichromate Formula
Ammonium Hydroxide Formula Ammonium Iodide Formula
Ammonium Nitrate Formula Ammonium nitrite Formula
Ammonium Phosphate Formula Ammonium Sulfide Formula
Antimony(V) Chloride Formula Argon Gas Formula
Arsenic acid Formula Ascorbic Acid Formula
Aspirin Formula Atomic Mass Formula
Azelaic Acid Formula Barium Acetate Formula
Barium bromide Formula Barium Chloride Formula
Barium Fluoride Formula Barium Hydroxide Formula
Barium Iodide Formula Barium Nitrate Formula
Barium Oxide Formula Barium phosphate Formula
Barium Sulfate Formula Binding Energy Formula
Bismuth(III) Chloride Formula Bond Order Formula
Bromic Acid Formula Bromine Formula
Butan-1-Ol Formula Butane Formula
Butyric Acid Formula Cadmium Nitrate Formula
Cadmium Sulfate Formula Caffeine Chemical Formula
Calcium Acetate Formula Calcium Bromide Formula
Calcium Chloride Formula Calcium Iodide Formula
Camphor Formula Carbonate Ion Formula
Carbon Disulfide Formula Carbon Monoxide Formula
Carbonous Acid Formula Charles Law Formula
Chemical Compound Formulas Chemical Formula For Water
Chemical Reaction Formula Acetone Formula
Acetylene Formula Ammonium Chloride Formula
Borax Formula Citric Acid Formula
Ethanol Formula Ethyl Acetate Formula
Formaldehyde Formula Glycerol Formula
Lactic Acid Formula Chlorate Formula
Chlorine Gas Formula Chloroacetic Acid Formula
Chloroauric Acid Formula Chloroform Formula
Chloroplatinic Acid Formula Chlorous Acid Formula
Cholesterol Formula Chromate Formula
Chromic Acid Formula Chromium III Chloride Formula
Chromium III Nitrate Formula Chromium III Sulfate Formula
Chromium (VI) Oxide Formula Cinnamic Acid Formula
Cobalt II Nitrate Formula Cobalt (II) Sulfate Formula
Combined gas law formula Condensed Structural Formula
Chemical Formula For Copper Copper I Chloride Formula
Copper (II) Carbonate Formula Copper(II) Chloride Formula
Copper II Nitrate Formula Copper Sulfate Formula
Cyanide Formula Degree of Unsaturation Formula
Density of Gas Formula Dichloroacetic Acid Formula
Diffusion formula Dilution Formula
Dimethylglyoxime Formula Dinitrogen Monoxide Formula
Dinitrogen Pentoxide Formula Dinitrogen Trioxide Formula
Empirical Formula Enthalpy Formula
Entropy Formula Ethane Formula
Fluorine Gas Formula Folic Acid Formula
Formic Acid Formula Fumaric acid Formula
Galactose Formula Gas Pressure Formula
Gibbs Free Energy Formula Gluconic Acid Formula
Glutaric Acid Formula Grams to Moles Formula
Helium Gas Formula Hexane Formula
Hydrazine Formula Hydrobromic Acid Formula
Hydrochloric Acid Formula Hydrocyanic Acid Formula
Hydrofluoric Acid Formula Hydrogen Formula
Hydrogen Gas Formula Hydrogen Sulfate Formula
Hydroiodic Acid Formula Hydrosulfuric Acid Formula
Hypobromous Acid Formula Hypochlorous Acid Formula
Hyponitrous Acid Formula Hypophosphoric Acid Formula
Hyposulfurous Acid Formula Ideal Gas Law Formula
Internal Energy Formula Iodic Acid Formula
Iodide Formula Iodous acid Formula
Ionic compound formula Ionic Strength Formula
Ionization Energy Formula Iron III chloride Formula
Iron III Hydroxide Formula Iron III Nitrate Formula
Iron (III) Oxide Formula Iron III Sulfate Formula
Iron II Oxide Formula Iron Oxide Formula
Iron(II) sulfate Formula Lactose Formula
Lead Acetate Formula Lead (II) acetate Formula
Lead (II) chloride Formula Lead II Nitrate Formula
Lead Iodide Formula Lead (IV) Acetate Formula
Lead IV Oxide Formula Limiting Reactant Formula
Lithium Bromide Formula Lithium Chloride Formula
Lithium Hydroxide Formula Lithium Iodide Formula
Lithium Oxide Formula Magnesium Acetate Formula
Magnesium Bromide Formula Magnesium Carbonate Formula
Magnesium Chloride Formula Magnesium Hydroxide Formula
Magnesium Iodide Formula Magnesium Nitrate Formula
Magnesium Oxide Formula Magnesium Phosphate Formula
Magnesium Sulfate Formula Maleic Acid Formula
Malic Acid Formula Maltose Formula
Manganese (II) chloride Formula Manganese(II) Sulfate Formula
Mass Percent Formula Mercury (II) Chloride Formula
Mercury II Nitrate Formula Mercury (II) Sulfate Formula
Methane Formula Methyl acetate Formula
Molarity Formula Molar Mass Formula
Molar Volume Formula Molecular Formula
Molecular Speed Formula Molecular Weight Formula
Mole Fraction Formula Moles to Grams Formula
Molybdic Acid Formula Monosodium Glutamate Formula
Net Ionic Formula Nickel Acetate Formula
Nickel Chloride Formula Nickel Nitrate Formula
Nickel Sulfate Formula Nitrite Formula
Nitrogen Dioxide Formula Number Of Moles Formula
Formula For Octane Oxalate Chemical Formula
Oxalic Acid Formula Oxygen Formula
Partial Pressure Formula Partition Coefficient Formula
Pentane Formula Percarbonic Acid Formula
Percentage Yield Formula Percent By Volume Formula
Percent By Weight Formula Perchloric Acid Formula
Periodic Acid Formula Ph Formula
Phosphate Formula Photosynthesis Formula
Phthalic Acid Formula Structural Formula of Potassium Carbonate
Potassium Acetate Formula Potassium Bicarbonate Formula
Potassium Bromate Formula Potassium Bromide Formula
Potassium Chlorate Formula Potassium Chromate Formula
Potassium Cyanide Form ula Potassium dihydrogen phosphate Formula
Potassium Flouride Formula Potassium Hexacyanoferrate II Formula
Potassium Hexacyanoferrate III Formula Potassium Hydrogen Phosphate Formula
Potassium Hydroxide Formula Potassium Hypochlorite Formula
Potassium Iodate Formula Potassium Iodide Formula
Potassium Nitrate Formula Potassium Oxide Formula
Potassium Permanganate Formula Potassium Sulfate Formula
Potassium Sulfite Formula Potassium Thiocyanate Formula
Propan-2-Ol Formula Propane Formula
Propionic Acid Formula Pyridine Formula
Pyrophosphoric Acid Formula Pyrosulfuric Acid Formula
Radioactive Decay Formula Rate Of Decay Formula
Resorcinol Formula Retention Factor Formula
Rydberg Formula Selenic Acid Formula
Selenous Acid Formula Sensible Heat Formula
Silicic Acid Formula Silicon Dioxide Formula
Silver Acetate Formula Silver Chloride Formula
Silver Phosphate Formula Silver Sulfate Formula
Sodium Acetate Formula Sodium Bromide Formula
Sodium Chlorate Formula Sodium Chromate Formula
Sodium Citrate Formula Sodium Cyanide Formula
Sodium Dichromate Formula Sodium Dihydrogen Phosphate Formula
Sodium Fluoride Formula Sodium Formate Formula
Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate Formula Sodium hydrogen phosphate Formula
Sodium Hydrogen Tartrate Formula Sodium Hypochlorite Formula
Sodium Iodide Formula Sodium Nitrate Formula
Sodium Nitride Formula Sodium Nitrite Formula
Sodium peroxide Formula Sodium Sulfide Formula
Sodium Thiosulfate Formula Solubility Formula
Specific Heat Capacity Formula Stearic Acid Formula
Stoichiometry Formula Stp Formula
Strontium chloride Formula Strontium Nitrate Formula
Strontium Sulfate Formula Structural Formula
Sugar Formula Sulfate Ion Formula
Sulfurous Acid Formula Sulfur Trioxide Formula
Tartaric Acid Formula TFA Formula
Theoretical Yield Formula Thermodynamics Formulas
Thiourea Formula Tin (II) chloride Formula
Tin (IV) chloride formula Titration Formula
Trichloroacetic acid Formula Tris Formula
Tungstic Acid Formula Urea Formula
Urethane Formula Uric Acid Formula
Vapor Pressure Formula Vinegar Formula
Glucose Chemical Formula Carbon Chemical Formula
Gold Chemical Formula Zinc Acetate Formula
Zinc Bromide Formula Zinc Carbonate Formula
Zinc Chloride Formula Zinc Hydroxide Formula
Zinc Iodide Formula Zinc Nitrate Formula
Zinc Phosphate Formula Zinc Sulfate Formula
Zinc Sulfide Formula


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  1. So far so good thx 4 teaching us

  2. wow thanks for teaching us in understandable way.

  3. Water at temperature is a liquid give the reason to justify that

    • Water at room temperature is liquid due to the presence of hydrogen bond. These bonds hold water molecules together for small fractions of a second. Water molecules move continuously. This property makes the water liquid at room temperature.