Elements and Compounds

# Chemical formula for hydrogen chloride?

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the chemical formula for hydrogen is H

the chemical formula for chloride is Cl (actually Cl-, but lets forget that minor detail)

so the formula for hydrogenchloride is HCl

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The chemical formula of hydrogen chloride is HCl.

The Chemical Formula for Hydrogen Chloride is HCl.

The chemical formula for cyanogen chloride is NCCl. The chemical formula for hydrogen cyanide is HCN.

The chemical formula (not symbol) for hydrogen chloride is HCl.

HCl is a chemical formula! The corresponding chemical name is hydrogen chloride.

Chemical formula of hydrogen peroxide: H2O2 Chemical formula of baking soda: NaHCO3 Chemical formula of sodium chloride: NaCl

An example of chemical formula is :* H2O is the formula of Water. ANDAn example of a chemical equation is:* Ammonia + Chlorine ---------> Ammonium chloride + Hydrogen.

Generally, when only hydrogen and chlorine are being bonded together, you can get two compounds. First is hydrogen chloride, a gas at room temperature. The second is hydrochloric acid, which is hydrogen chloride dissolved in water, called an aqueous solution. The chemical formula for both hydrogen chloride and hydrochloric acid is the same if you don't include the subscripts of their states. hydrogen chloride has the formula HCl(g) hydrochloric acid has the formula HCl(aq)

The chemical formula of zinc chloride is ZnCl2.

The chemical formula for Cobalt Chloride is CoCl2

The chemical formula for Magnesium Chloride is MgCl2.

the chemical formula of lead chloride is PbCl2

The chemical formula for lithium chloride is LiCl

The Chemical formula for copper chloride is CuCl2.

The chemical formula of sodium chloride is NaCl.

The chemical formula for antimony chloride is SbCl3

The chemical formula for sodium chloride is NaCl.

The chemical formula for magnesium chloride is MgCl2.

The chemical formula for cesium chloride is CsCl2.

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