The formula of a chlorate anion is ClO3-1.
Na +1 ClO3 -1 NaClO3
The formula for Copper (1) hydroxide is CuOH.
The chemical formula (not symbol) for copper(I) chloride is CuCl.
CuNO2 copper (I) nitrite
Sn(CLO3)2 Tin (II) has a positive 2 charge and Chlorate has a (-1) charge so you need to cholrates to one Tin.
Cu(I) chloride is CuCl
The formula for copper (ll) hypochlorite would be Cu(ClO)2 CuClO is a +1 state of copper, called copper (l) hypochlorite.
Iron II: Fe2+Chlorate: (ClO3)1-So the formula would be Fe(ClO3)2.
CuNO3. Please see the link.
There are two oxidation states for Copper +1 and +2 so for Copper I oxide you have Cu2O for Copper II oxide you have CuO
1. ClO3 is the chemical formula of chlorine trioxide (more correct is Cl2O6). 2. The anion (ClO3)- is the chlorate.
CaCl2 ^actually this answer is wrong. chlorate is ClO3 with a charge of 1- . Calcium has a charge of 2+. Use the criss-cross rule and you get Ca(ClO3)2. Therefor the right answer is Ca(ClO3)2
Silver chlorate has the formula AgClO3 which gives 5 atoms: 1 silver, 1 chlorine, and 3 oxygen.
NaClO4 has 1+1+4=6 atoms while CuCl has only two (1+1=2)
It is 1 copper and 2 bromine but they are not grams they are atoms, it is a particle made up of 1 copper atom and 2 bromines
1 atom of Potassium, 1 of Chlorine and 3 of Oxygen
Copper can have multiple charges (i.e. 1+, or 2+) for 1+ the formula is CuClO3
The formula for copper(1) chloride is CuCl. chlorine also has charge of 1-