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Chemical Dictionary states that K2CrO4 is the formula for potassium chromate. It is also known as dipotassium chromate. It has a formula mass of 194.20, a melting point of 985 degrees Celsius and a density of 2.73 grams ... More »

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Potassium sulfide, also known as dipotassium monosulfide, consists of two potassium ions bonded to a sulfide atom, rendering the chemical formula K2S. Rarely found in nature due to its high reactivity with water, potassi... More »

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Potassium nitrate has a chemical formula of KNO3. The chemical formula is derived from the compound's combination of the potassium ion, written as K with a charge of plus one, and nitrate, written with the formula NO3-, ... More »

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Chemical Dictionary states that the chemical formula for chromium (III) nitrate nonahydrate is Cr(NO3)3.9H2O. The formula can also be expressed as CrH18N3O18. Chromium nitrate is the chromium salt of nitric acid. The nit... More »

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Chemical Dictionary lists the structural formula for acetic acid as CH3COOH. Its chemical formula is C2H4O2. It is composed of two carbon, four hydrogen and two oxygen atoms. More »

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The chemical formula for cobalt(II) selenide is CoSe, according to Chemical Dictionary Online. It has a molar mass of 137.89 and a density of 7.65 grams per cubic centimeter. It has a melting point of 1,055 degrees Celsi... More »

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KCl, also known as potassium chloride, does dissolve in water. According to Everything Science, ionic compounds can dissolve in water because of water's polar nature. More »

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