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Will somebody please tell me the following formulas:

Nitrogen
Water (H20)
and
carbon??

Thanks

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    Pure nitrogen occurs in nature (for example, in the Earth's atmospere) as N2. Pure carbon occurs in solid form in nature, and is simply written C, although there is very strong bonding between the atoms.

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