What is CuNO3? (Chemical)? 3
And why Cu (NO3) too, what's the difference in cket?
And that's it
They are polyatomic ionic compounds.
Copper (I) nitrate CuNO_3.
Cu (NO_3) _2 Copper (II) Nitrate.
Cu (NO_3) is like CuNO_3.
Oxidizing and oxidizing agents in textile dyes.
Reagents for various metal inks.
Nitrate agent in IC chemistry.
The name of the compound is Cuno3.
Copper nitrate is a square bracket, just a way of saying that there are two things. 3 parts of nitrate and only 1 part of copper.
Hmmm; both are the same; usually cactus is used for the track; for example Al2 (SO4) 3; of course there must be a coat to separate track 3 from track 4 ..... To avoid losses; no your example is equal to index 1 ... so cactus can be ignored ...
By the way, CuNO3 is copper nitrate!
Fix me = D.
Copper (I) Nitrate Because Super is a transition metal, it must have a Roman number.
This is copper nitrate.
I don't think cket makes any difference and they are the same.