Cobat sulfate, also known as cobaltous sulfate or cobalt(II) sulfate, is the divalent cobalt salt of sulfuric acid. Its chemical formula is CoSO4 and its molar mass is 154.996 grams per mole in the anhydrous form. It als... More »

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Aluminium sulfate, also known as dialuminum trisulfate, is an aluminium salt used for textile printing and dyeing and in the process of water purification. It is a white solid when it is not in contact with water. More »

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Strontium sulfate is the strontium salt of sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Its molecular formula is SrSO4, and its molar mass is 183.68 grams per mole. It is a white crystalline substance with a density of 3.96 grams per cubic ce... More »

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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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Cadmium sulfate is an inorganic salt that is also a weak acid. This inorganic compound is soluble in water and is composed of cadmium, sulfur and oxygen atoms. More »

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Cobalt reacts with a sodium hydroxide solution to form a complex that has no charge. The hydroxide ions remove the hydrogen ion from the cobalt, leading to this reaction. More »

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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