Sodium Bicarbonate

By, Aspen McLean and Bonnie Wann

What part does an element, particle, atom, and molecule have to do with the relationship of sodium bicarbonate's chemical formula?

A element has to do with sodium bicarbonate because the chemical formula of sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3. That mean that the elements sodium (Na), hydrogen (H), carbon (C), and oxygen (O), are in this formula.

A particle has to do with sodium bicarbonate because a particle, is a tiny piece of anything, like a tiny portion, or a speak. So it would have to do with sodium bicarbonate because it would be a little piece of all the elements and gasses in the formula.

An atom has to do with sodium bicarbonate because atoms are the building block of elements, they build up the element.

A molecule has to do with sodium bicarbonate because a molecule is basically a little piece of an element that works together with other molecules to make up an element.

VOCAB

Element: A substance that cannot be broken into itself

Particle: A little piece of anything

Atom: Are like the building blocks of elements

Molecule: A little piece of an element that works with other molecules to make up an element

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