Chemistry Formulas

Chemical Compound Formulas

Chemical compound formulas refer to chemical substances that made up of many identical molecules that are composed of atoms from one or more than one element that are attached together by chemical bonds. Moreover, two atoms of the same element do not form chemical compounds as it requires two different elements.

Types of Chemical Compounds

Depending upon the constituents of atoms that held together, there are four types of compounds:

  1. Molecules
  2. Ionic Compounds
  3. Intermetallic compounds
  4. Complexes

1. Molecules- They are electrically neutral groups of two or more atoms that held together by a chemical bond. Furthermore, we can distinguish them from ions because they lack an electrical charge.

2. Ionic Compounds- These are chemical compounds that held together by the electrostatic charge that we call ionic bonding. Moreover, there are positively charged ions (cations) and negatively charged ions (anions).

3. Intermetallic Compounds- It is a type of metallic alloy that forms a solid-state compound that exhibits define stoichiometry and ordered crystal structure.

4. Complexes- These complexes or coordination complexes comprise of a central atom or ion that is typically metallic that we call the coordination center and a surrounding array of bound molecules or ions.

List of Some chemical compound formula

Chemical Compounds Chemical Formula
Acetaldehyde Formula C2H4O
Acetamide Formula C2H5NO
Acetone Formula C3H6O
Acetonitrile Formula C2H3N
Acetylene Formula C2H2
Aluminum Carbonate Formula Al2(CO3)3
Aluminum Chloride Formula AlCl3
Aluminum Hydroxide Formula Al(OH)3
Aluminum Nitrate Formula Al(NO3)3
Aluminum oxide Formula Al2O3
Aluminum Sulfide Formula Al2S3
Aluminum Bromide Formula AlBr3
Aluminum Fluoride Formula AlF3
Aluminum Formula Al2
Ammonium Acetate Formula C2H7NO2
Ammonium Bicarbonate Formula NH4HCO3
Ammonium Bromide Formula NH4Br
Ammonium Carbonate Formula (NH4)2CO3
Ammonium Chloride Formula NH4Cl
Ammonium Dichromate Formula (NH4)2Cr2O7
Ammonium Hydroxide Formula NH4OH
Ammonium Iodide Formula NH4I
Ammonium Nitrate Formula NH4NO3
Ammonium Nitrite Formula NH4NO2
Ammonium Phosphate Formula (NH4)3PO4
Ammonium Sulfide Formula (NH4)2S
Antimony V Chloride Formula SbCl5
Argon Gas Formula Ar
Arsenic Acid Formula H3AsO4
Ascorbic Acid Formula C6H8O6
Aspirin Formula C9H8O4
Azelaic Acid Formula C9H16O4
Barium Acetate Formula C4H6BaO4
Barium Bromide Formula BaBr2
Barium Chloride Formula BaCl2
Barium Fluoride Formula BaF2
Barium Hydroxide Formula Ba(OH)2
Barium Iodide Formula BaI2
Barium Nitrite Formula Ba(NO3)2
Barium Oxide Formula BaO
Barium Phosphate Formula Ba3(PO4)2
Barium Sulfate Formula BaSO4
Bismuth Iii Chloride Formula BiCl3
Borax Formula Na2[B4O5(OH)4]·8H2O
Bromic Acid Formula HBrO3
Bromine Formula Br2
Butan 1 Ol Formula C4H10O
Butyric Acid Formula C4H8O2
Cadmium Nitrate Formula Cd(NO3)2
Cadmium Sulfate Formula CdSO4·xH2O
Caffeine Chemical Formula C8H10N4O2
Calcium Acetate Formula C4H6CaO4
Calcium Bromide Formula CaBr2
Calcium Chloride Formula CaCl2
Calcium Iodide Formula CaI2
Camphor Formula C10H16O
Carbon Disulfide Formula CS2
Carbon Monoxide Formula CO
Carbonate Ion Formula HCO3-
Carbonous Acid Formula HNO2
Chlorate Formula ClO3−
Chlorine Gas Formula Cl2
Chloroacetic Acid Formula C2H3ClO2
Chloroauric Acid Formula HAuCl4
Chloroform Formula CHCl3
Chloroplatinic Acid Formula H2PtCl6
Chlorous Acid Formula HClO2
Cholesterol Formula C27H46O
Chromate Formula K2CrO4
Chromic Acid Formula H2CrO4
Chromium iii Chloride Formula CrCl3
Chromium iii Nitrate Formula Cr(NO3)3
Chromium iii Sulfate Formula Cr2(SO4)3
Chromium Vi Oxide Formula CrO3
Cinnamic Acid Formula C9H8O2
Citric Acid Formula C6H8O7
Cobalt ii Nitrate Formula Co(NO3)2
Cobalt ii Sulfate Formula CoSO4
Copper Chemical Formula Cu
Copper I Chloride Formula CuCl
Copper II Carbonate Formula CuCO3
Copper II Chloride Formula CuCl2
Copper II Nitrate Formula Cu(NO3)2
Copper Sulfate Formula CuSO4
Cyanide Formula CN
Dichloroacetic Acid Formula C2H2Cl2O2
Dimethylglyoxime Formula C4H8N2O2
Dinitrogen Monoxide Formula N2O
Dinitrogen Pentoxide Formula N2O5
Dinitrogen Trioxide Formula N2O3
Ethane Formula C2H6
Ethanol Formula C2H5OH
Ethyl Acetate Formula C4H8O2
Fluorine Gas Formula F2
Folic Acid Formula C19H19N7O6
Formaldehyde Formula CH2O
Formic Acid Formula CH2O2
Fumaric Acid Formula C4H4O4
Galactose Formula C6H12O6
Gluconic Acid Formula C6H12O7

Solved Example for you

Question: How many organic compounds are there?

Answer: There are more than 9 million organic compounds that are known to exist.

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