Does anyone kow the chemical formula for the human body?

it's random i know but...

Answer:
Being that the body is 70% water, I would say the dominant "formula" would be H2O.

Also note that the stomach has hydrochloric acid, HCl. You don't get burned by it in the stomach due to protect mucous lining inside. (Heartburn is caused when this acid comes into the esophagus)

Then there are a lot of elements in the body:
Oxygen (65%)
Carbon (18%)
Hydrogen (10%)
Nitrogen (3%)
Calcium (1.5%)
Phosphorus (1.0%)
Potassium (0.35%)
Sulfur (0.25%)
Sodium (0.15%)
Magnesium (0.05%)
Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum, Fluorine, Chlorine, Iodine, Manganese, Cobalt, Iron (0.70%)
Lithium, Strontium, Aluminum, Silicon, Lead, Vanadium, Arsenic, Bromine (trace amounts)
There's no chemical formula for the entire body.
Most are made up of mostly wind and p*sh and small amounts of other elements.
What is the chemical formula for DNA? because that is what we are made up off.
Well, the human body is actually a collection of several million different chemicals existing as compounds, elements, and free ions.

However, the empirical formula for a human being is pretty close to this:
H15750 N310 O6500 C2250 Ca63 P48 K15 S15 Na10 Cl6 Mg3 Fe1
There's no such thing
There is no chemical formula for the human body because we are a sum of many compounds/molecules/etc.

To the above poster, we are made up of far more than just DNA.
my wife said that im made of Piss and vinager
How about H2O seeing as the body is 70% water
What is random? I don't understand you. Is the formula random or your thought? Can you explain what you know and elaborate on the "but". It seems like you couldn't finish what you were typing because you had to eat the other Twix bar.
What do you mean, "chemical formula?" The human body is so complex that no one formula sums it up. Many, many things going on. So in summary, there is no one chemical formula for the human body.
One of the answers above gives the empirical formula for the human organism.
However, the human organism is best described as an 'electro-chemical polymer'.

How's that !!

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