NCl3 is nitrogen trichloride. N = nitrogen, Cl = chloride, 3 = tri, or three.
Nitrogen trichloride is the covalent molecular compound NCl3
Yes its Molecular compound is NCL3
There is no compound with the fomula NC13. You most likely mean NCl3, which is nitrogen trichloride, also known as trichloramine.
NCl3 is not ionic but MgF2 is ionic
nitrogen chloride. However the formula should be NCl3
-1 oxidation state
What is the name of the following organic compound?
NCL2 =Nitrogen Diclouride
The compound Rb3P is rubidium phosphorus
1 mole NCl3 = 120.366g NCl3 = 6.022 x 1023 molecules NCl3 8.2 x 1022 molecules NCl3 x 120.366g NCl3/6.022 x 1023 molecules NCl3 = 16g NCl3 rounded to 2 significant figures
Nitrogen trichloride (NCl3) is not water soluble. When NCl3 is formed in a watery solution this may cause a serious problem as the unstable and explosive NCl3 will separate as pure NCl3.
I doubt that the stated compound exists, but if it does an acceptable name for it would be "trisulfur monobromide".
My book says that there is no such compound. Any-one else? I'm pretty sure nitrogen trichloride is NCL3.
NCl3 has four atoms.
LiClO3 is lithium chlorate
NCL3 has 3 single bonds
Your question is not clear. If you think to nitrogen chloride this compound has the chemical formula NCl3.
NaBrO is sodium hypobromite.
sp3 is the hybridization of the nitrogen atom in NCl3.
SrCl2 is called Strontium Chloride.
2methylpentan3ol 2methylbutan3ol >
Br2 > NCl3 > H2O
Nitrogen exists in thousands of compounds as Proteins , Alkaloids , oxides in air , fertilizers etc. the simple compounds are NH3,HNO3, NCl3 etc.
Depending on the conditions NH4Cl, NH2Cl, NHCl2 , NCl3 , NCl3.NH3, N2 and even small amounts of N2H4. Nitrogen trichloride, NCl3 , is potentially explosive.
Its name is Carbon Monoxide, it is a poisonous, colourless, odourless gas.
The Covalent Compound As205 is know as diarsenic pentaoxide.
NCl3 could be considered nonpolar because nitrogen and chlorine have nearly the same electronegativity.
Rust is hydrated iron(III) oxide.