Symbols for Chemistry and Physics

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Chemistry and Physics

SymbolCode
A B bar<s:abline>
alpha particle<s:alphaparticle>
aromatic bond<s:aromaticbond>
aromatic bond<s:aromaticbondshort>
reaction arrow identifying cold conditions<s:coldrtarrow>
reaction arrow identifying the need for a direct electric current<s:decrtarrow>
double bond<s:doublebond>
reaction arrow identifying the need for electrical energy<s:eertarrow>
superscript 0 subscript -1 e<s:electron>
e m f<s:emf>
e m f<s:emf2>
energy increases along the vertical axis<s:energyarrowlong>
energy increases along the vertical axis<s:energyarrowshort>
energy increases along the vertical axis<s:energyarrowsmall>
reaction arrow in the presence of water<s:H2Ortarrow>
h bar<s:hbar>
h bar<s:hbarsm>
Planck constant<s:hbarred>
<s:lewisdot>
m sub l<s:ml>
superscipt 1 subscript 0 n<s:neutron>
summary of nuclear particles; consult your textbook for relevant examples<s:nuclearparticles>
length of vector O A<s:oaline>
down orbital<s:orb_d>
empty orbital<s:orb_e>
diagram for an unoccupied orbital state<s:orb_none>
up orbital<s:orb_u>
up down orbital<s:orb_ud>
superscipt 0 subscript +1 e<s:positron>
superscript 1 subscript 1 p<s:proton>
reaction arrow identifying a Pt/Rh catalyst<s:ptrtarrow>
non-equilibrium reaction arrow<s:revrxarrow_cancel>
equilibrium reaction arrow<s:revrxarrow>
equilibrium reaction arrow favoring the product side<s:revrxarrow1>
<s:revrxarrow2>
equilibrium reaction arrow identifying the presence of water<s:revrxarrowH20>
equilibrium reaction arrow identifying the requirement for light<s:revrxarrowhv>
equilibrium reaction arrow<s:revrxarrowred>
equilibrium reaction arrow with rate constants k subscript +1 and k subscript -1<s:revrxnarrowk>
equilibrium reaction arrow governed by the constant K subscript CO<s:revrxnarrowkco>
equilibrium reaction arrow governed by the constant K subscript O subscript 2<s:revrxnarrowko2>
equilibrium reaction arrow with rate constants k subscript +1 and k subscript -1<s:revrxnk1>
equilibrium reaction arrow with rate constants k subscript +2 and k subscript -2<s:revrxnk2>
equilibrium reaction arrow with rate constants k subscript f and k subscript r<s:revrxnkf>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of an acid catalyst<s:rtarrowac>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of an acid<s:rtarrowAcid>
reaction arrow identifying acidic conditions<s:rtarrowAcidic>
reaction arrow identifying acidic conditions<s:rtarrowacidic>
alpha over a right arrow<s:rtarrowalpha>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of bacteria<s:rtarrowBacteria>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of a base<s:rtarrowBase>
reaction arrow identifying basic conditions<s:rtarrowBasic>
beta over a right arrow<s:rtarrowbeta>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of a catalyst<s:rtarrowcatalyst>
reaction arrow identifying a Cl catalyst<s:rtarrowClcat>
reaction arrow with heat added<s:rtarrowDelta>
E with arrow<s:rtarrowE>
reaction arrow identifying the need for an electric current<s:rtarrowEc>
reaction arrow identifying the need for electricity<s:rtarrowelec>
reaction arrow identifying the occurrence of electron capture<s:rtarrowelecap>
reaction arrow identifying electrolysis conditions<s:rtarrowelect>
F with arrow<s:rtarrowF>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of water<s:rtarrowH20>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of heat<s:rtarrowHeat>
reaction arrow identifying the need for heat and pressure to be applied<s:rtarrowheatpressure>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of hexane<s:rtarrowhex>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of hot CuO(s)<s:rtarrowhotCuOs>
reaction arrow identifying the need for radiant energy identified as h nu<s:rtarrowhv>
reaction arrow with rate constant k<s:rtarrowk>
reaction arrow identifying the rate constant k subscript 1<s:rtarrowk1>
reaction arrow identifying the rate constant k subscript 2<s:rtarrowk2>
reaction arrow identifying the rate constant k subscript 3<s:rtarrowk3>
reaction arrow identifying the rate constant k subscript 4<s:rtarrowk4>
L with arrow<s:rtarrowL>
reaction arrow identifying the need for light<s:rtarrowlight>
reaction arrow identifying an NO catalyst<s:rtarrowNOcat>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of an oxidant [Ox]<s:rtarrowox>
p with arrow<s:rtarrowp>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of Pt<s:rtarrowPt>
reaction arrow indicating that the reaction proceeds in the presence of Pt and at 825 degrees C<s:rtarrowpt825>
reaction arrow identifying the need for radiant energy<s:rtarrowradeng>
sf transform arrow<s:rtarrowsf>
reaction arrow identifying the presence of yeast<s:rtarrowyeast>
single bond<s:singlebond>
triple bond<s:triplebond>
wedge arrowhead pointing up<s:wedgearrow>