The chemical formula Cr(NO3)2 represents the compound chromium (II) nitrate. The chromium (II) ion has a positive charge of two, and each nitrate ion contain a single negative charge. The compound chromium (II) nitrate can also be referred to as chromous nitrate.
In the chemical formula, Cr is the chemical symbol for chromium, N is the chemical symbol for nitrogen and O is the chemical symbol for oxygen. Chromium nitrate can be produced by combining chromium oxide in nitric acid solution. The molar mass of chromium (II) nitrate is 176.0059 grams per mole. Chromium (II) nitrate finds limited uses in the dyeing industry.