Manganese(II) phosphate has the chemical formula Mn3(PO4)2 and therefore consists of three manganese atoms bonded to two phosphate ions. The phosphate ions each have a charge of negative three. More »

The chemical formula for manganese(II) chlorate is Mn(ClO3)2. Mn is the chemical symbol for magnesium, Cl is the chemical symbol for chlorine and O is the chemical symbol for oxygen. The chemical formula for chlorate is ... More »

The chemical formula for manganese(II) acetate is C4H6MnO4. It can also be properly written as Mn(CH3COO)2. The chemical equation that describes the reaction to form manganese(II) acetate is written as Mn3O4 + 2CH3COOH ?... More »

The chemical formula for zinc phosphate is Zn3(PO4)2, also written as O8P2Zn3. In this formula, "Zn" is the chemical symbol for zinc, "P" is the chemical symbol for phosphorous, and "O" is the chemical symbol for oxygen. More »

The balanced equation for producing manganese(II) hydroxide is written as Mn + 2 OH = Mn(OH)2. Mn is the chemical symbol for manganese, The chemical formula for hydroxide ion is OH, and Mn(OH)2 is the chemical formula fo... More »

The chemical formula for manganese(II) chlorate is Mn(ClO3)2. Mn is the chemical symbol for magnesium, Cl is the chemical symbol for chlorine and O is the chemical symbol for oxygen. The chemical formula for chlorate is ... More »

The chemical formula for manganese(II) acetate is C4H6MnO4. It can also be properly written as Mn(CH3COO)2. The chemical equation that describes the reaction to form manganese(II) acetate is written as Mn3O4 + 2CH3COOH ?... More »