The chemical formula for aluminum hydrogen sulfate is Al(HSO4)3. In the formula, Al represents aluminum, H represents the element hydrogen, S symbolizes sulfur and O stands for oxygen.
The numbers in the chemical formula indicate the number of atoms of each element in a molecule of aluminum hydrogen sulfate. The compound contains one atom of aluminum, three atoms of hydrogen, three atoms of sulfur and 12 atoms of oxygen, as the number outside of the parenthesis applies to all of the elements within. Aluminum hydrogen sulfate has a molar mass of 318.19 grams per mole. It can be used as a solvent.