Cobalt III Carbonate?

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The chemical formula for Cobalt (III) Carbonate is Co2(CO3)3. This is rather rare compound. This is compound is usually created in a laboratory setting.
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Co2(CO3)3. The chemical formula of cobalt(III) carbonate [not cobalt(111) is Co. 2. (CO. 3. 3.
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1. Cobalt carbonate has been used widely by potters for centuries. Salt glazed pottery produced in Germany has been found dating back to the 12th century. Add cobalt powders to glazes
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When looking up the molar mass you'll get the average value of the stable isotopes of the element (unless the element has no stable isotopes, such as radium and bohrium) Cobalt's
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Cobalt Carbonate has a density of 0.35.
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