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In the 1900's a man named Edwin Hill came up with a system of writing chemical formulas that is still used widely today. His system states that carbon atoms are listed first, hydrogen atoms next and then the number of all other elements in alphabetical order. There are many exceptions to his system however, such as the order of elements in ionic compounds, as well as the order of acids ...
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