Chemistry

the formula H2O2 is an example of
1.molecular formula
2. an empirical formula
3.an ionic formula
4.an organic formula

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asked by tia
  1. I believe it is 1.

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  2. Correct. H2O2 is molecular formula. (The empirical formula for that molecule is HO).

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