Barium chloride is the compound which is highly soluble in water.
The formula for the ionic compound barium chloride is BaCl2.
The compound formed between rubidium and chlorine has the formula RbCl.
The ionic compound formed between magnesium and chlorine has the formula MgCl2.
Barium bromide has the chemical formula BaBr2.
Barium nitrate is Ba(NO3)2
The oxides of barium are BaO and BaO2.
Sulfate and barium both have a valence of 2, so that the compound formed between them has the formula BaSO4.
Ba + S ---> BaS (barium sulfide)
the correct formula for ionic compound between calcium and chlorine is CaCl2
The formuls of the compound barium nitrate is Ba(NO3)2. The question as stated has no unique answer, because many other compounds can be formed from barium nitrate, depending on what else is available to react with the barium nitrate.
BaCl2 is formed, barium chloride
The compound is a salt, CaCl2 (calcium chloride), which is formed by ionic bonds.
The carbon tetrachloride formula is CCl4.