What is the name of the compound with the formula pi3?

Phosphorus triiodide
Names
Chemical formulaPI3
Molar mass411.68717 g/mol
Appearancedark red solid
Density4.18 g/cm3
A.

What is the chemical name for HGO?

Mercuric oxide. Chemical Names: MERCURIC OXIDE; Mercury(II) oxide; Mercury oxide; Mercuric oxide, red; Mercury oxide (HgO); 21908-53-2 More
  • Is Hg a diatomic?

    The compounds of mercury are either of +1 or +2 oxidation state. There are relatively few mercury(I) or mercurous compounds. The mercury(I) ion, Hg22+, is diatomic and stable. Mercury(I) chloride, Hg2Cl2 (commonly known as calomel), is probably the most important univalent compound.
  • Is mercury oxide a compound?

    mercury compounds. Mercury(II) oxide, HgO, provides elemental mercury for the preparation of various organic mercury compounds and certain inorganic mercury salts.
  • What is the chemical formula for iron III iodide?

    Chemical Names and Formulas
    AB
    Iron (III) HydroxideFe(OH)3
    Iron (III) IodideFeI3
    Iron (III) NitateFe(NO3)3
    Iron (III) PhosphateFePO4
B.

What is the chemical name for s4n4?

Tetrasulfur tetranitride is an inorganic compound with the formula S4N4. This gold-poppy coloured solid is the most important binary sulfur nitride, which are compounds that contain only the elements sulfur and nitrogen.
  • What is the chemical name for s4n4?

    Tetrasulfur tetranitride is an inorganic compound with the formula S4N4. This gold-poppy coloured solid is the most important binary sulfur nitride, which are compounds that contain only the elements sulfur and nitrogen.
  • What is the name of the compound sf2?

    Sulfur difluoride is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula SF2. It can be generated by the reaction of sulfur dichloride and potassium fluoride or mercury(II) fluoride at low pressures: SCl2 + 2 KF → SF2 + 2 KCl.
  • Is Fes magnetic?

    It is a nonstoichiometric variant of FeS, the mineral known as troilite. Pyrrhotite is also called magnetic pyrite, because the color is similar to pyrite and it is weakly magnetic. The magnetism decreases as the iron content increases, and troilite is non-magnetic.
C.

What is the name of the compound p4s7?

Tetraphosphorus heptasulphide. Chemical Names: Tetraphosphorus heptasulphide; 12037-82-0; P4-S7; Phosphorus sulfide (P4S7); EINECS 234-868-9; UN1339 More PHOSPHORUS HEPTASULFIDE, FREE FROM YELLOW AND WHITE PHOSPHORUS is a light-yellow crystals, light-gray powder, or fused solid.
  • What is the name of the compound p4s7?

    Tetraphosphorus heptasulphide. Chemical Names: Tetraphosphorus heptasulphide; 12037-82-0; P4-S7; Phosphorus sulfide (P4S7); EINECS 234-868-9; UN1339 More PHOSPHORUS HEPTASULFIDE, FREE FROM YELLOW AND WHITE PHOSPHORUS is a light-yellow crystals, light-gray powder, or fused solid.
  • What is the name of caso4?

    Calcium sulfate (or calcium sulphate) is the inorganic compound with the formula CaSO4 and related hydrates. In the form of γ-anhydrite (the anhydrous form), it is used as a desiccant. One particular hydrate is better known as plaster of Paris, and another occurs naturally as the mineral gypsum.
  • What is the chemical formula of plaster of Paris?

    Gypsum is a crystalline mineral of hydrated calcium sulphate (chemical formula CaSO4. 2H2O). A mixture of gypsum and water can be poured; the gypsum hardens as the water evaporates. In art gypsum is mainly used in the partly dehydrated form of plaster of Paris (2CaSO4).

Updated: 4th October 2019

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