Iron(II) acetate, also called ferrous acetate, is an iron salt of acetic acid, with the formula Fe(CH3CO2)2. Its molecular formula can also be written as C4H6FeO4, and its molar mass is 173.93 grams per mole. More »

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The formula for the chemical compound aluminum acetate is Al(C2H3O2)3. However, its molecular formula is given as C6H9O6Al. More »

The formula for iron(III) acetate is Fe(CH3CO2)3. It may also be written as Fe(C2H3O2)3, Fe(Ac)3 or C14H27Fe3O18. Iron(III) acetate is most often called basic iron acetate, along with basic iron(III) acetate and iron(III... More »

Cobalt(II) acetate is a salt made by combining cobalt(II) and acetic acid. It is represented by the molecular formula Co(C2H3O2)2 and can be derived from a reaction between CoO, which is cobalt oxide, and HC2H3O2, which ... More »

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Iron(II) sulfite is an ionic compound that results from the combination of an iron (FE) (II) ion with a sulfite ion (SO3). The Fe(II) ion has a +2 charge, and the sulfite ion has a -2 charge. Since these charges balance,... 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 iron(II) bromide is FeBr2. "Fe" represents iron; "Br" represents bromium. When numbers are included in formulas, they indicate how many atoms are present in the molecule. "2" indicates two atoms ... More »