The formula, like all empirical formulae, has no theoretical basis.
It can be calculated for any compound using its empirical formula.
This mineral is very similar to paarite in that they both have nearly the same empirical formulas.
The empirical formula is often the same as the molecular formula but not always.
Rather, it is an empirical formula that has proven useful for a variety of traffic analysis purposes.
An empirical formula makes no reference to isomerism, structure, or absolute number of atoms.
The empirical formula can be determined from the composition ofa compound.
However, they may enable you to guess at the empirical formula, or even the molecular formula.
However later investigations yielded a new empirical formula which had no relation to the dravite.
It is an empirical formula that works well in describing dispersion.