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Chromium has four oxidation states: 2, 3, 4, and 6.Iodine has one, and it's -1.There will be a iodide for each oxidation state of chromium.CrI2 Chromium (II) iodideCrI3 Chromium (III) iodideCrI4 Chromium (IV) iodideCrI6 Chromium (VI) iodide


The chemical formula of chromium(III) arsenate is CrAsO4.


Chromium(III) borate has the chemical formula CrBO3.



The chemical formula of chromium (III) trisulfide is Cr2S3.



The chemical formula of chromium(III) nitrite is Cr(NO2)3.



The chemical formula for chromium (III) sulfate is Cr2(SO4)3.


Depends on if you have iron (II) iodide or iron (III) iodide. iron (II) iodide is FeI2, while iron (III) iodide is FeI3.


Chromium(III) nitrate is Cr(NO3)3


The chemical formula of chromium(III) chlorate is: Cr(ClO3)3.



VI3 is the chemical formula of vanadium(III) iodide.


Iron(II) Iodide = FeI2 Iron(III) Iodide = FeI3


The formula for chromium(III) sulfide is Cr2S3.


The formula for chromium (III) fluoride is CrF3.


Iron(III) iodide has the formula FeI3


The chemical formula for the compound formed between iron(III) and iodine is FeI3 (iron(iii) iodide).


Cr(SCN)3 is the chemical formula for the Chromium (III) Thiocyanate. This is because Chromium (III) has a charge of +3 while Thiocyanate has a charge of -1. To balance the charges, we switch the 2 charges. So we have 1 ion of chromium (III) with 3 ions of thiocyanate.


Chromium(III) Sulphate is Cr2(SO4)3 . Chromium(II) Sulphate (much rarer) is CrSO4


Cr2O3 is the chemical formula for chromium (III) oxide



The formula for chromium III bromide hexahydrate is CrBr3·6H2O


Another chemical name is chromium trichloride or chromic chloride. Chromium(III) chloride is a chemical name as well.



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