uhm i typed it in and found this:
CoCl2.6H2O is the hexahydrate of anhydrous Cobalt Chloride (anhydrous meaning is without water).
pretty much anhydydrous is without water that is the difference (the prefix A- is "without" or "not") and the Formula One does have water.
it was a question previously asked on wikianswers, so im pretty confident about it.
CoCl2.6H2O is the hexahydrate of anhydrous CoCl2 (anhydrous meaning is without water).
Hydrogen chloride solutions, do contain either liquid water or water vapor in it. Anhydrous HCl contains no water portion and is purely the substance.
For electricity to be conducted charge transfer should take place between two oppositely charged ends and charge transfer can take place only through movement of charged particles( free electrons or ions). In case of Hydrogen chloride gas hydrogen and chlorine atom have strong covalent bond between themselves so they don't separate to form ions.Hydrogen chloride gas molecules don't have free electrons either. So it is obvious that hydrogen chloride gas is not a good conductor of electricity.Note: aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride in water is a good conductor as hydrogen chloride separates into hydrogen cation(H+ ) and chloride anion(Cl- ).
Chlorite is ClO2- ion whereas chloride is Cl- ion
They are the same chemical.
Ammonium nitrate is NH4NO3 Ammonium chloride is NH4Cl
Hydrochloric acid is hydrogen chloride dissolved in water.
Hydrogen chloride is a gas at room temperature, hydrochloric acid is hydrogen chloride gas dissolved in water.
Calcium chloride easily absorb water, it is hygroscopic.
Sodium chloride is NaCl; if you think to sodium hydride this is NaH.
What is difference between cupric chloride and Capri's chloride?
HCl (with a lowercase L) is the correct formula for hydrogen chloride. HCI is a common way of misspelling that formula.
Sodium chloride is the product of reaction between sodium hydroxide and hydrogen chloride.
1. Electrolysis of sodium chloride products are NaOH, chlorine and hydrogen. 2. The product of the reaction between chlorine and hydrogen is hydrogen chloride.
In theory no difference- both are CaCl2. However in practise fused is sold with a higher moisture content (usually). Fused CaCl2 is just the hydrate heated up to expel water - this gives the "anhydrous" form. in practise as this so deliquiscent- it takes up moisture readily. So if you analyse it you invariably find water!
Any difference - the formula unit is NaCl.
The difference between a hydrogen atom and atomic hydrogen is that the "hydrogen atom" represents one atom of the chemical element hydrogen. Atomic hydrogen are isolated hydrogen atoms.