There is more than one kind of sugar, but the chemical formula for ordinary table sugar or sucrose is C12H22O11. Sucrose is a disaccharide, or a chemical composed of two sugars. "Di" means two, and "saccharide" means sug... More »

The chemical formula for brown sugar is C12H22O11. Brown sugar and normal table sugar are both sucrose. Both types of sugar have the same chemical formula and relatively the same amount of sucrose. More »

Sugar is the name of a group of organic compounds such as glucose, fructose and sucrose. Each of these compounds can be expressed by its own unique chemical formula, almost always as CnHnOn, where "n" is often a number b... More »

C12H22O11 is the chemical formula for sucrose, the most common form of table sugar. Sucrose is a complex sugar formed from two simple sugars, fructose and glucose. More »

Ammonia is the chemical name for the molecular formula NH3, which is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. It is also known by the name azane. More »

Boron hydrides are a class of compounds that include the chemical structure BxHy; for example, diborane with the chemical formula B2H6. Boron hydrides are also called boranes. More »

The molecular formula "FeO2" is a general formula that can represent several chemical compounds: Iron(II) hydroxide, iron oxide and Oxido (oxo) iron. Iron oxide is the most common name for it. More »