What is the Chemical Formula for saliva?

I was wondering...does anyone know the chemical formula for saliva? If you do [i][b]please[/b][/i] tell me. Thanks


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Silva isn't a compound that's

Silva isn't a compound that's why it hasn't any formula. Its just a saturated mixture. :D

Only chemical compounds have formulas. Saliva is not a compound. It is a mixture.


Thanks for the help.

Mostly, H2O :)

[quote="UCB Mitch"]Mostly, H2O :)[/quote]

lol that what u think

Saliva :?:
A seturated mixture , perhaps :?: LOL ...

Saliva is produced in and secreted from the salivary glands. It is a fluid containing water, electrolytes, mucus, and various enzymes. In human saliva, amylase starts the digestion of starch before the food is even swallowed.

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