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Color and Properties Sheet

Name: Permanganate Dichromate Chromate Copper (II); Cupric Copper (I); Cuprous Nickel (2) Iron (III); Ferric Iron (II); Ferrous Cobalt (II) Alkali Metal (Group IA) ions Alkali Earth Metal (Group IIA) ions Chlorine Iodine Bromine Fluorine Astatine Nitrogen Dioxide Sulfur Trioxide Sulfur Dioxide Copper (II) Oxide; Cupric Oxide Copper (I) Oxide; Cuprous Oxide Iron (III) Oxide; Rust Mercury (II) Sulfide Carboxylic Acids Alcohols Alkanes Benzene and Aromatics (Substances Based on Benzene) Ammonia Chemical Formula: MnO4Cr2O72CrO42Cu2+ Cu+ Ni2+ Fe3+ Fe2+ Co2+ Li+, Na+ ,K+, Rb+, Cs+, Fr+ Be2+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, Ra2+ Cl2 I2 Br2 F2 At2 NO2 SO3 SO2 CuO Cu2O Fe2O3 HgS Cn-1H2n-1COOH CnH2n+1OH CnH2n+2 C6H6; others Color and Properties: deep purple bright orange bright yellow blue green (very rare) green orange yellow-green pink, red white as solids; colorless in solution white as solids; colorless in solution green, usually a gas purple, solid – sublimes into gas amber, liquid at room temperature yellowish black brown, odorless, lethal choking gas, rotten egg smell choking gas, rotten egg smell black orange brown, dark orange red colorless in solution colorless in solution colorless with the distinctive smell of fuel colorless with distinctive smell of sweetness colorless with distinctive smell of ammonia

NH3

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