Nopee! That molecule definitely has the same molecular formula but not structure. (: I’m not sure this one is possible to be googled, I pulled it from my notes! (: Good luck!
(And sorry for late reply, it didn’t inform me of this message and a few others.. hm ): )
This was answered earlier, but I was delayed to update it because I was lazy. ): I have a new one up now. : DStill, I think everyone should check out her blog because it’s awesome (:!
Yay my first question! But really lengthy due to the steps I need to go through before I can actually answer the question.. it’d be great if you were more specific, but I’ll start from the beginning so I don’t lose you. (:
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I will answer this is as best I can in the proceeding post. <3 Hopefully it was what you were looking for..!
Yes!! Good job (again)! (: Check out this awesome original photography blog people! (: So I’m definitely going to step it up a notch.. );< hmmm..
The mineral above was founded in Cummington, Massachusetts, USA, hence the common name of the compound being Cummingtonite… !!
Good job~! :DEveryone should follow this genius! He has an awesome original photography & art blog! Check him out. (: Though he might drink too much coffee… (: