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 »

Copper(II) oxide is insoluble in water and different types of alcohols. This compound is soluble in solutions of strong acids and in hot acids, such as formic or acetic acid. It can also dissolve in an ammonia solution, ... More »

Copper(II) oxide is an ionic black or brown solid that can be obtained from several different reactions. It also occurs in a steel-gray mineral form named tenorite. More »

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Cu(ClO3)2 is the chemical formula for the compound copper(II) chlorate. Copper chlorate can also be referred to as cupric chlorate. The chemical symbol Cu represents copper, the chemical symbol Cl represents chlorine, an... More »

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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 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 »

Cu is the chemical symbol for copper, while AgNO3 is the chemical formula for the inorganic compound silver nitrate. Copper is an element with the atomic number 29. Silver nitrate is composed of one silver, one nitrogen ... More »