What Is the Formula of Zince Hydroxide?

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The formula of zinc hydroxide is Zn (OH) 2. The molar mass of this compound is 99.424 g/mol. It is characterized as an inorganic compound, as it does not have a carbon bond. It is a metal, and amphoteric, just like chromium and beryllium.
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