Aluminium phosphate contains Al3+ and PO43- ions
The formula is Co3(PO4)2.
A chemical formula shows what elements a compound contains, and the ratio of the atoms or ions of the elements in the compound.
Aluminum ions have a charge of 3+, and sulfide ions have a charge of 2- . Using the crossover method of determining the formula unit of an ionic compound gives us the formula Al2S3.
MgF2 Magnesium Fluoride.
When the compound contains at least two polyatomic ions of the same formula.
Na2 is not a compound. When you see a formula containing Na2, it means the compound contains 2 Sodium ions.
Barium phosphate is ionic. It contains Ba2+ an PO43- ions. The posphate anion contains covalent bonds
One formula unit of calcium chloride, CaCl2, contains a calcium ion, Ca2+, and two chloride ions, Cl-.
Carbon dioxide is a covalent compound, it contains no ions.
Ba3(PO4)2 is barium phosphate. It consists of the ions Ba2+ and PO43-.
The formula for the ionic compound barium chloride is BaCl2.
The chemical formula for the compound formed by calcium ions and chloride ions is CaCl2.
The correct formula is CaCl2. Calcium chloride, CaCl2, is an ionic compound and contains three ions per formula unit, one Ca2+ ion and two Cl- ions.
Yes it does represent the compound ions.
The notation that shows what elements are present in a compound and shows the ratio of these is called the chemical formula
Calcium chloride has the formula CaCl2.
Chlorine atoms, which are present as chloride ions.
Cd3(PO4)2 made with Cadmium (Cd2+) and Phosphate (PO43-) ions.
It depends on the compound. If the compound contains copper (I) ions, the flame is blue. If the compound contains copper (II) ions bonded to a halogen (F, Cl, I, Br, or At), the flame will be a blue-green color, and if the compound contains copper (II) ions and no halogens, the flame will be a deep green.Copper sulfate burns a light/sky blue colour.