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Chromium nitrate chemical formula?


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Answered 2012-11-02 03:22:55

Chromium(III) nitrate is Cr(NO3)3

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The chemical formula of chromium nitrate is Cr(NO3)3.


The chemical formula of chromium nitrate is Cr(NO3)3.


The chemical formula of chromium nitrate is Cr(NO3)3.


Chromium(II) nitrate: Cr(NO3)2Chromium(III) nitrate: Cr(NO3)3


The chemical formula of the nitrate ion is (NO3)-.


The chemical formula of a nitrate is MeNO3 (Me is the metal).


The chemical formula of sodium nitrate is NaNO3.


The chemical formula of ammonium nitrate is NH4NO3.


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CrNO3 ************2nd Opinion*********** To get the correct formula, you need to state the oxidation number of chromium in the compound, using a Roman numeral. It's likely to be chromium(III) nitrate, which is Cr(NO3)3


The chemical name is nitrate and the chemical formula is (NO3)-.


The chemical formula of aluminium nitrate is Al(NO3)3.


The chemical formula for aluminium nitrate is Al(NO3)3


The chemical formula of stannous nitrate is Sn(NO3)2.


The chemical formula for zinc nitrate is Zn(No3)2


The chemical formula of titanium nitrate is Ti(NO3)4.


The Chemical Formula for Cadmium Nitrate is Cd(NO3)2.


The chemical formula of calcium nitrate is Ca(NO3)2.


The chemical formula of calcium nitrate is Ca(NO3)2.


The chemical formula of cupric nitrate is Cu(NO3)2.


I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for.... ammonium nitrate is NH4NO3 and chromium by itself is Cr..... i hope this helped


Chromium(III) nitrate is not made of molecules. It is ionic. There are 4 ions in one formula of chromium(III) nitrate.


Silver nitrate chemical formula is: AgNO3. Sodium carbonate chemical formula is: Na2CO3.


The chemical formula for Hydrogen Nitrate is: HNO3