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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Cobalt Carbonate has a density of 0.35.
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I don't think cobalt (iii) carbonate exists. If it does, then you would have to take into account the solubility product for cobalt (III) carbonate. Cobalt (II) carbonate isn't soluble
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The iii part of the name means that the charge of the cobalt ion is +3 (this would usually be a Roman numeral in parentheses - cobalt (III)). Since bromide ions all have a negative
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