The chemical formula for mercury (II) oxide is HgO. Also referred to as mercuric oxide, it is solid at room pressure and temperature. There is a rarely found mineralogical form of HgO called montroydite. More »

Mercury(II) sulfate is a chemical compound represented by the molecular formula HgSO4 that contains one atom of mercury, one atom of sulfur and four atoms of oxygen. It is a toxic substance that can cause health problems... More »

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Cobalt(II) oxide is represented by the molecular formula CoO. It may also be called cobalt monoxide. Cobalt(II) oxide can be formed from the decomposition of cobalt(III) oxide. More »

The chemical formula for lead II nitrate is Pb(NO3)2 or N2O6Pb. Another name for this inorganic compound is lead dinitrate. The molecular weight of lead dinitrate is 331.21 grams per mole. More »

Magnesium oxide, also known as magnesia or oxomagnesium, is the oxide of magnesium with the chemical formula MgO. Its molar mass is 40.3044 grams per mole, and its density is 3.58 grams per cubic centimeter. Its melting ... More »

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The formula of copper oxide depends on whether it is copper(I) oxide or copper(II) oxide. Both compounds contain copper and oxygen, but one has a greater ratio of copper to oxygen than the other. More »

The formula for lead (II) sulfide is PbS. Lead (II) sulfide is a gray or silver crystalline solid with a molecular weight of 239.266 and a density of 7.57 to 7.59 grams per cubic centimeter. More »