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its chromium(III) chloride

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CrCl3Chromium chloride=============


CrCl3 is insoluble, unless it is in its hydrated form CrCl3*6H2O


The systematic name of this compound is Chromium(III) Chloride.


There is no compound with the formula CrCI3 (uppercase i). You most likelt mean CrCl3, with a lowercase L. This is chromium III chloride.


Chromium (III) Chloride


Chromium (lll) Chloride.



Commercially anhydrous chromium(III) chloride may be prepared bychlorination of chromium metal directly, or indirectly by chlorination ofchromium(III) oxide in the presence of carbon at 650--800 °C, with carbon monoxide as a side-product:[3] Cr2O3 + 3 C + 3 Cl2 → 2 CrCl3 + 3 CO It may also be prepared by treating the hexahydrate with thionyl chloride:[4] CrCl3·6H2O + 6 SOCl2 → CrCl3 + 6 SO2 + 12 HCl


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Because the chromium ion is in its trivalent form.


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