Steel wool is an alloy of iron (Fe) with carbon (C) rather than a chemical compound, thus it does not have a chemical formula. The steel from which steel wool is made is called low-carbon steel and contains between 0.1 a... More »

Stainless steels are iron alloys that contain 10.5 percent chromium and can be enhanced with other metals, such as copper, titanium, molybdenum and nickel. Stainless steel can also be improved for various applications by... More »

CaO is the chemical formula for lime, which is also called calcium oxide. Calcium oxide is produced from minerals like limestone through a heating process that removes carbon dioxide. More »

Steel is an alloy made up of carbon and steel. The combination may vary, but steel is renowned for tensile strength. The carbon and iron form a crystal lattice reinforcing the sturdy metal. More »

Ammonium phosphide is a basic compound whose chemical formula is (NH4)3P. It has a molar mass of 85.09 grams per mole. Ammonium phosphide is a base used for various purposes including manufacture of fertilizers. More »

The Royal Society of Chemistry states that iron(III) bromide, also recognized as ferric bromide, is a red-brown chemical compound that is odorless, and its chemical formula is FeBr3. When mixed with water, this compound ... More »

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To convert moles of a chemical substance to formula units, first convert moles into grams by using the molar masses of the elements that form the chemical compound. Every element in a chemical substance has its own molar... More »