Structural formula

Struc"tur*al form"u*la

. (Chem.) a symbolic representation of the structure of one molecule of a chemical compound, showing the attachments of the atoms to each other, and representing their arrangement in space; the spatial representation is symbolic and approximate, and it may or may not depict the stereochemical relations of the bonds. Distinguished from empirical formula. See also Rational formula, under Formula.


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