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2012-10-12 08:43:36

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

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its chromium(III) chloride


It's definitely CHROMIUM (III) CHLORIDE, because I think it is a composed of chromium in its +3 chemical compound oxidation state and chloride ions.


Chromium has four oxidation states: 2, 3, 4, and 6. Chlorine has one, and it's -1. There will be a chloride for each oxidation state of chromium. Here they are: CrCl2 Chromium (II) chloride CrCl3 Chromium (III) chloride CrCl4 Chromium (IV) chloride CrCl6 Chromium (VI) chloride



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


Chromium (II) chloride = CrCl2Chromium (III) chloride = CrCl3 Chromium (IV) chloride = CrCl4



Chromium (III) Chloride



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



Chromium(III) borate has the chemical formula CrBO3.



The formula of chromium chloride is CrCl3 and the formula for silver chloride is AgCl. The relevant formula unit masses are 158.36 for chromium (III) chloride and 143.32 for silver chloride. The gram atomic masses of chlorine, chromium, and silver are 35.453, 51.996, and 107.866 respectively. Therefore, the mass fraction of chloride in chromium (III) chloride is [3(35.453)/158.36] or 0.671628 and the mass fraction of chloride in silver chloride is 35.453/143.32 or 0.24737. Therefore, to form 75.0 g of silver chloride, (0.24737)(75.0) or 18.55 g of chloride is needed, and this amount of chloride is contained in 18.55/0.6716 or 27.6 g of chromium (III) chloride, to the justified number of significant digits.



chromium (III) bromide calcium chloride OR iron (III) oxide aluminum chloride


antimony trichloride or antimony (III) chloride


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



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


FeCl3 is iron(III) chloride, also called ferric chloride.


Under still milder conditions, chromium metal reacts with the halogens fluorine, F2, chlorine, Cl2, bromine, Br2, and iodine, I2, to form the corresponding trihalideschromium(III) fluoride, CrF3, chromium(III) chloride, CrCl3, chromium(III) bromide, CrBr3, or chromium(III) iodide, CrI3.


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


Chromium(III) nitrate is Cr(NO3)3


Aluminum III chloride is not a valid chemical formula.



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