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Aluminum III chloride is not a valid chemical formula.

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The formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3.


Since aluminum has a 3+ charge and chloride ions have a -1 charge, the formula is: AlCl3


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No. Since the chloride ion has a 1- charge such a ratio is not possible. The formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3.


The ionic chemical formula of cobalt(III) chloride is: (Co)3+ + 3 Cl-.


The chemical formula for aluminum chloride is ALCL3. The number 3 is written below the line as a subscript.



Under IUPAC naming conventions, AlCl3 is called aluminum chloride. It is also commonly called aluminum trichloride and aluminum (III) chloride.


AlCl3 is commonly called aluminum chloride under the IUPAC naming convention. It is also called aluminum trichloride and aluminum (III) chloride.


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The empirical formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3, and its gram formula mass is 133.34. The formula shows that each formula unit contains one aluminum atom, and the the gram atomic mass of aluminum is 26.9815. Therefore, 18(133.34/26.9815) or 89 grams, to the justified number of significant digits, of aluminum chloride will be produced.


The full name is Indium (III) Chloride and the formula is InCl3there are other chlorides as indium forms the In+ ion as well as In3+Indium monochloride, indium(I) chlorideIndium dichloride, Indium (I,III) chloride


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