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Is this how Tetraaquadichlorochromium (II) written?

[Cr(H2O)4Cl2]

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Thanks for your replies.

Refering to this website: http://www.chemguide.co.uk/inorganic/complexions/ligandexch.html

I found it to be: [Cr(H2O)4Cl2]+
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Bet no-one can say that after a shot of Poteen :smug:
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(Original post by SWEngineer)
Thanks for your replies.

Refering to this website:

I found it to be: [Cr(H2O)4Cl2]+
Thread title says Chromium (III), your OP says Chromium (II)

it's positive if it's (III), no charge if it's (II)

EDIT: It's only (normally) Cr3+ or Cr6+, so It should be [Cr(H2O)4Cl2]+
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Thread title says Chromium (III), your OP says Chromium (II)

it's positive if it's (III), no charge if it's (II)

EDIT: It's only (normally) Cr3+ or Cr6+, so It should be [Cr(H2O)4Cl2]+
Yes, I modified it to (III) in both.

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In looking for the formula of Hexacyanopalladate (IV), I found this website: http://lb.chemie.uni-hamburg.de/stat...=173/OS6goClW3 writing it as follows: C6N6Pd. Is it correct that way?

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In looking for the formula of Hexacyanopalladate (IV), I found this website: http://lb.chemie.uni-hamburg.de/stat...=173/OS6goClW3 writing it as follows: C6N6Pd. Is it correct that way?

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The cyano group (cyanide) is CN-, so I would advise writing the formula as:

[Pd(CN)6]2-.
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The cyano group (cyanide) is CN-, so I would advise writing the formula as:

[Pd(CN)6]2-.
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The OP is banned now anyway.
Ahh - didn't notice that

Did realise that he was posting a lot less frequently though
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The OP is banned now anyway.

¿y eso?

OK I'm just being nosey - but why?

I thought the constant barrage of inane questions was a masterstroke of genius in terms of the art of trolling..

... and if it wasn't - well it certainly fooled me, I found meself jumpin' to answer some of the daftest questions!
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¿y eso?

OK I'm just being nosey - but why?

I thought the constant barrage of inane questions was a masterstroke of genius in terms of the art of trolling..

... and if it wasn't - well it certainly fooled me, I found meself jumpin' to answer some of the daftest questions!
Don't know why, specifically. Or who banned him. Not a huge surprise though, really, given the adverse comment he was attracting lately.
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