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molecular formula is referred to water because they are covalent compounds while formula mass for aluminum chloride because they are ionic compounds

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Aluminum III chloride is not a valid chemical formula.

The formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3.

Calcium chloride with formula CaCl2 has molecular mass of 141. Commercial calcium chloride has formula CaCl2,2H2O.It's molecular mass is 177.

The chemical formula of sodium chloride is NaCl.

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The chemical formula of potassium chloride is KCl.

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The chemical formula of aluminium chloride is AlCl3.

The chemical formula of aluminium chloride is AlCl3.

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Not exactly. it is a chemical formula, but the compound, potassium chloride, is ionic, not molecular.

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Aluminum chloride has AlCl3 as its chemical formula. Wikipedia has more information, and a link is provided below.

No. Since the chloride ion has a 1- charge such a ratio is not possible. The formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3.

The chemical formula for aluminum chloride is ALCL3. The number 3 is written below the line as a subscript.

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