Given a chemical formula as a string, the task is to get the count of atoms in this chemical formula.
Input: str = "Fe2H3OH" Output: Fe 2 H 4 O 1 Input: str = "NaCl2NaO2" Output: Na 2 Cl 2 O 2
Approach: The below approach work in Java programming language:
- Take LinkedHashMap to store atom name(Key) and count(value) in insertion order.
- Check if the string character is lowercase then add to the previous uppercase string character.
- Check if the string contains the number then add to the count(value) to their particular atom name(key).
- Print the atom name(key) as well as count(value).
Below is the implementation of the above approach :
Given molecule: Fe2H3OH Atom count: Fe 2 H 4 O 1
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