Inorganic compounds by element


Inorganic compounds by element

This page aims to list concisely all of the common inorganic and organometallic compounds of each element, whether or not they have an existing page. These are compounds that may warrant their own individual pages. Compounds are listed alphabetically by their chemical element name rather than by symbol, as in list of inorganic compounds. Please add (to both lists) any compounds that have been omitted or newly discovered.

Elements

Actinium


AcCl3,
AcF3,
Ac2O3


= Aluminium (Aluminum) =


AlH3,
AlBr,
AlBr3,
AlCl3,
AlnCl(3n-m)(OH)m,
AlF3,
AlGaAs2,
AlGaN2,
Al(OH)3,
AlI,
AlI3,
Al("i"-PrO)3,
Al(NO3)3,
AlN,
Al2O3,
Al2(SO4)3,
Al2S3,
"i"-Bu2AlH (DIBAL-H),
Et2AlCl,
LiAlH4,
(-Al(CH3)O-)n,
Et3Al,
Me3Al

Americium


AmCl2,
AmCl3,
AmF3,
AmO2


= Antimony (Stibnium) =


SbF3,
SbF5,
SbCl3,
SbCl5,
Sb2O3,
Sb2O5,
Sb2S3,
Sb2S5,
InSb,
C8H4K2O12Sb2,
KSbF6,
NaSbF6,
SbH3,
(C6H5)3Sb

Argon


ArF2,
HArF

Arsenic


AsBr3,
AsCl3,
AsF5,
As2O3,
As2O5,
As2S3,
AsH3,
(CH3)2AsOOH,
GaAs,
KAsF6,
KH2AsO4,
Na2HAsO4,
NaAsO2,
(C6H5)3As
(CH3)4As2

Astatine


At,add Astatine compounds here

Barium


Ba(OCOCH3)2,
BaBr2,
BaCO3,
BaCl2,
BaCuOx,
Ba(OH)2,
BaF2,
BaI2,
Ba(NO3)2,
BaO,
BaO2,
BaSO4,
BaS,
BaTiO3,
YBa2Cu3O7-δ or YBCO

Berkelium


BkBr3,
Bk2(CO3)3,
BkCl3,
BkF3,
BkI3,
Bk(NO3)3,
Bk2O3,
BkPO4,
Bk2(SO4)3,
Bk2S3

Beryllium


BeBr2,
BeCO3,
BeCl2,
BeF2,
Be(OH)2,
BeI2,
Be(NO3)2,
Be3N2,
BeO,
BeSO4,
BeSO3,
Be(BH4)2,
BeTe

Bismuth


Bi(OCOCH3)3,
BiCl3,
BiF3,
Bi(NO3)3.5H2O,
Bi2O3,
Bi2Te3
BiOCl,
Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x,
(BiO)2CO3,
Bi5O(OH)9(NO3)4,
HOC6H4COOBiO,
Bi(OSO2CF3)3,
(C6H5)3Bi

Bohrium


Bh,add Bohrium compounds here

Boron


NH4BF4,
C5H5B,
BH3.THF,
Na2B4O7·10H2O,
B3N3H6,
H3BO3,
B4C,
BN,
B2O3,
B6O,
BBr3,
BCl3,
BF3,
H2C2B10H10,
B10H14,
B2H6,
LaB6,
Li2B4O7,
LiBH4,
Li("sec"-C4H9)3BH,
LiBH(C2H5)3,
NaBH4,
NaBH3CN,
NaBF4,
NaB(C6H5)4,
NaBH(OCOCH3)3,
B4H10,
HBF4,
TiB2,
B(OCH3)3,
(CH3BO)3,
WB

Bromine


AlBr3,
NH4Br,
BBr3,
HBrO3,
BrCl,
Br2O,
BrF5,
BrF3,
CaBr2
CBr4,
CuBr,
CuBr2,
HBr(aq),
HBr(g),
HOBr,
IBr,
FeBr2,
FeBr3,
PbBr2,
LiBr,
MgBr2,
Hg2Br2,
HgBr2,
NOBr,
PBr5,
PBr3,
KBr,
KBrO3,
KBrO4,
SiBr4,
AgBr,
NaBr,
NaBrO3,
NaBrO4,
SOBr2,
SnBr2,
ZnBr2

Cadmium


Cd3As2,
CdBr2,
CdCO3,
CdF2,
CdCl2,
CdI2,
Cd(OH)2,
CdO,
CdSe,
CdSO4,
CdS,
CdTe


= Caesium (Cesium) =


Cs2CO3,
CsCl,
CsF,
CsOH,
CsI,
Cs2SO4,
Cs2O

Calcium


Ca(OCOCH3)2,
Ca(HCO3)2,
CaB6,
CaBr2,
CaC2,
CaCO3,
CaCl2,
Calcium citrate,
CaNCN,
CaF2,
CaPO3F,
Ca(HOCH2(CHOH)4CO2)2,
CaH2,
CaHPO4,
Ca(OH)2,
Ca(OCl)2,
CaI2,
CaMoO4,
Ca(NO3)2,
CaC2O4,
CaO,
CaO2,
Ca3(PO4)2,
CaSiO3,
CaSO4,
CaS,
CaTiO3,
CaWO4,
CaZrO3

Californium


CfBr3,
Cf2(CO3)3,
CfCl3,
CfF3,
CfI3,
Cf(NO3)3,
Cf2O3,
CfPO4,
Cf2(SO4)3,
Cf2S3

Carbon

"This list focuses only on inorganic carbon compounds - some of these such as urea may be "borderline" but have been included for completeness. If you cannot find a compound here, please try checking under another element in the compound, or also in list of organic compounds."


NH4HCO3,
NH2COONH4,
(NH4)2CO3,
NH4SCN,
BaCO3,
B4C,
CdCO3,
Cs2CO3,
Ca(HCO3)3,
CaC2
CaCO3,
CaNCN,
CO2,
CS2,
H2CO3,
CO,
β-C3N4,
C3O2,
CBr4,
CCl4,
CF4,
COF2,
COS,
H2C2B10H10,
Ce2(CO3)3,
Cr(CO)6,
CoCO3,
Co2(CO)8,
Co(SCN)2,
CuCO3,
CuCN,
(HCNO)x
NH2CN
HCNO,
(CN)2,
BrCN,
ClCN,
HCN,
FeCO3,
Fe(CO)5,
PbCO3,
La2(CO3)3,
Li2CO3,
MgCO3,
MnCO3,
Mn2(CO)10,
Mo(CO)6,
NiCO3,
Ni(CO)4,
COCl2,
KHCO3,
K2CO3,
KOCN,
KCN,
K3Fe(CN)6,
K4Fe(CN)6,
KSCN,
Fe4(Fe(CN)6)3,
SiC,
Ag2CO3,
AgCN,
NaHCO3,
Na2CO3,
NaOCN,
NaCN,
Na3Fe(CN)5NO,
NaSCN,
SrCO3,
TaC,
(SCN)2,
CSCl2,
CS(NH2)2,
TiC,
WC,
W(CO)6,
CO(NH2)2
ZnCO3

Cerium


(NH4)2Ce(NO3)6 (CAN),
(NH4)2Ce(SO4)3,
Ce2(CO3)3,
CeCl3,
CeF3,
CeO2,
CePO4,
Ce(SO4)2,
Ce(OSO2CF3)3,
Ce(OSO2CF3)4

Chlorine


AlCl3,
AmCl3,
NH4Cl,
SbCl3,
SbCl5,
AsCl3,
BaCl2,
BeCl2,
BiCl3,
BCl3,
BrCl,
CdCl2,
CdCl5,
CsCl,
CaCl2,
Ca(OCl)2,
CCl4,
CeCl3,
NH2Cl,
ClO2,
ClO3,
ClF3,
H2PtCl6,
ClSO3H,
ClSO2NCO,
CrCl2,
CrCl3,
CrO2Cl2,
CoCl2,
CuCl,
CuCl2,
CmCl3,
ClCN,
Cl2O7,
Cl2O,
S2Cl2
DyCl3,
ErCl3,
EuCl2,
EuCl3,
GdCl3,
GaCl3,
GeCl2,
GeCl4,
AuCl,
AuCl3,
HfCl4,
H2PtCl6,
HoCl3,
HCl,
HCl(aq),
HOCl,
InCl,
InCl3,
ICl,
IrCl3,
FeCl2,
FeCl3,
LaCl3,
PbCl2,
LiCl,
LiClO4,
LuCl3,
MgCl2,
Mg(ClO4)2,
MnCl2,
Hg2Cl2,
HgCl2,
Hg(ClO4)2,
MoCl3,
MoCl5,
NdCl3,
NpCl4,
NiCl2,
NbCl4,
NbCl5,
NbOCl3,
NCl3,
NOCl,
NO2Cl,
OsCl3,
PdCl2,
COCl2,
(PNCl)3,
POCl3,
PCl5,
PCl3,
PtCl2,
PtCl4,
PuCl3,
KCl,
KClO3,
KClO4,
PrCl3,
PaCl5,
RaCl2,
ReCl3,
ReCl5,
RhCl3,
RbCl,
RuCl3,
SmCl3,
ScCl3,
SeCl2,
SeCl4,
SiCl4,
AgCl,
AgClO4,
NaClO3,
NaClO2,
NaCl,
NaOCl,
NaClO4,
SrCl2,
SCl2,
SO2Cl2,
TaCl3,
TaCl4,
TaCl5,
TeCl4,
TbCl3,
TlCl,
TlCl3,
SOCl2,
CSCl2,
ThCl4,
TmCl3,
SnCl2,
SnCl4,
TiCl3,
TiCl4,
HSiCl3,
WCl4,
WCl5,
WCl6,
UCl3,
UCl4,
UCl5,
UCl6,
UO2Cl2,
VCl2,
VCl3,
VCl4,
VOCl3,
[Vaska's complex| [IrCl(CO)(PPh3)2] ] ,
(Ph3P)3RhCl,
YbCl3,
YCl3,
ZnCl2,
ZrCl4

Chromium


(NH4)2Cr2O7,
BaCrO4,
Cr(C6H6)2,
Cr2(CH3COO)4,
Cr(acac)3,
Cr(CO)6,
CrCl2,
CrCl3,
Cr(NO3)3,
Cr2O3,
[Reinecke salt|NH4 [Cr(SCN)4(NH3)2]
CrO2,
CrO3,
KCr(SO4)2,
Cr2(SO4)3,
Cr2S3,
CrO2Cl2,
Cu2Cr2O5,
PbCrO4,
K2CrO4,
K2Cr2O7,
Na2CrO4,
Na2Cr2O7,

Cobalt


Co(acac)2,
CoBr2,
CoCO3,
CoCl2,
CoF2,
CoF3,
Co(OH)2,
Co(NO3)2,
CoO,
Co3O4,
CoPc,
CoSO4,
CoS,
Co(SCN)2,
Cp2Co,
Co2(CO)8,
Hexol,
Na3(Co(NO2)6,
Co4(CO)12,
Vitamin B12


= Copper (Cuprum) =


CuCO3·Cu(OH)2,
Cu(OAc)2,
CuBr,
CuBr2,
CuCO3,
CuCl,
CuCl2,
Cu2Cr2O5,
CuCN,
CuF2,
Cu(OH)2,
CuI,
Cu(NO3)2,
Cu2O,
CuO,
CuSO4,
Cu2S,
CuS (Cu2S2),
R2CuLi,
Li2CuCl4,
YBCO

Curium


CmCl3,
Cm2O3,
CmO2

Darmstadtium


Ds,add Darmstadtium compounds here

Dubnium


Db,add Dubnium compounds here

Dysprosium


Dy2(CO3)3,
DyCl3,
DyF3,
Dy(NO3)3,
Dy2O3,
DyPO4,
Dy2(SO4)3,
Dy(OSO2CF3)3

Erbium


Er2(CO3)3,
ErCl3,
ErF3,
Er(NO3)3,
Er2O3,
ErPO4,
Er2(SO4)3,

Einsteinium


EsBr3,
Es2(CO3)3,
EsCl3,
EsF3,
EsI3,
Es(NO3)3,
Es2O3,
EsPO4,
Es2(SO4)3,
Es2S3

Europium


Eu2(CO3)3,
EuCl2,
EuCl3,
EuF3,
Eu(fod)3,
Eu(hfc)3,
EuI2,
Eu(NO3)3,
Eu2O3,
EuSO4,
EuPO4,
Eu2(SO4)3,
Eu(tmhd)3,
Eu(NTf2)3

Fermium


FmBr3,
Fm2(CO3)3,
FmCl3,
FmF3,
FmI3,
Fm(NO3)3,
Fm2O3,
FmPO4,
Fm2(SO4)3,
Fm2S3

Fluorine


AlF3,
AmF3,
NH4F,
NH4HF2,
NH4BF4,
SbF5,
SbF3,
AsF5,
AsF3,
BaF2,
BeF2,
BiF3,
F5SOOSF5
BF3,
BrF,
BrF5,
BrF3,
CdF2,
CsF,
CaF2,
CF4,
COF2,
CeF3,
CeF4,
ClF,
ClF5,
ClF3,
CrF3,
CrF5,
CrO2F2,
CoF2,
CoF3,
CuF2,
CmF3,
N2F2,
N2F4,
O2F2,
P2F4
S2F2,
DyF3,
ErF3,
EuF3,
HBF4,
FN3,
FOSO2F,
FONO2,
FSO3H,
GdF3,
GaF3,
GeF4,
AuF3,
HfF4,
H2SbF6,
H2PF6,
H2SiF6,
H2TiF6,
HF,
HF(aq),
HOF,
InF3,
IF7,
IF,
IF5,
IrF3,
IrF6,
FeF2,
FeF3,
KrF2,
LaF3,
PbF2,
PbF4,
LiF,
MgF2,
MnF2,
MnF3,
Hg2F2,
HgF2,
MoF3,
MoF5,
MoF6,
NdF3,
NpF4,
NpF5,
NpF6,
NiF2,
NbF4,
NbF5,
ONF3,
NF3,
NO2BF4,
NOBF4,
NOF,
NO2F,
OsF4,
OsF6,
OsF7,
OF2,
PdF2,
PdF4,
FSO2OOSO2F,
POF3,
PF5,
PF3,
PtF2,
PtF4,
PtF6,
PuF3,
PuF4,
PuF6,
KF,
KPF6,
KBF4,
PrF3,
PaF5,
RaF2,
RnF2,
ReF4,
ReF6,
ReF7,
RhF3,
RbF,
RuF3,
RuF4,
RuF6,
SmF3,
ScF3,
SeF6,
SeF4,
SiF4,
AgF,
AgF2,
AgBF4,
NaF,
FSO3Na,
Na3AlF6,
NaSbF6,
NaPF6,
Na2SiF6,
Na2TiF6,
NaBF4,
SrF2,
SF2,
SF6,
SF4,
SO2F2,
TaF5,
TcF6,
TeF6,
TeF4,
TlF,
TlF3,
SOF2,
ThF4,
SnF2,
SnF4,
TiF3,
TiF4,
HSiF3,
WF6,
UF4,
UF5,
UF6,
UO2F2,
VF3,
VF4,
VF5,
XeF2,
XeO2F2,
XeF6,
XePtF6,
XeF4,
YbF3,
YF3,
ZnF2,
ZrF4

Francium


Fr2O,
FrF,
FrCl,
FrBr,
FrI
Fr2CO3,
FrOH,
Fr2SO4

Gadolinium


Gd2(CO3)3,
GdCl3,
GdF3,
Gd3Ga5O12,
Gd(NO3)3,
Gd2O3,
GdPO4,
Gd2(SO4)3

Gallium


AlGaAs2,
Gd3Ga5O12, GaH3,
GaBr3,
GaCl3,
GaF3,
Ga(OH)3,
Ga(NO3)3,
GaN,
Ga2O3,
GaP,
Ga2(SO4)3,
Ga2S3,
Me3Ga

Germanium


GeH4,
GeCl2,
GeI2,
GeO2,
GeSe2,
GeS4,
GeS,
GeCl4,
GeF4,
(CH3)4Ge,
(C2H5)3GeCl


= Gold (Aurum) =


HAuCl4,
(Ph3P)AuCl,
AuBr3,
AuCl,
AuCl3,
Au2O3,
Au2S,
KAu(CN)2

Hafnium


HfC
HfO2,
HfCl4,
Cp2HfCl2

Hassium


Hs,add Hassium compounds here

Helium


He,No compounds known.

Holmium


Ho2(CO3)3,
HoCl3,
HoF3,
Ho(NO3)3,
Ho2O3,
HoPO4,
Ho2(SO4)3,


=Hydrogen (Protium,Deuterium,Tritium)=

"Only simple and common hydrides are listed here. For hydroxides of metals, see the appropriate metal. For ammonium compounds, see #Nitrogen."
AlH3,
NH3,
AsH3,
BeH2,
BiH3,
H3BO3,
HBrO3,
CaH2,
H2C2B10H10, HClO3,
HClO2,
B10H14,
N2H2,
P2H4,
HBF4,
GaH3,
GeH4,
HSbF6,
HPF6,
H2SiF6,
H2TiF6,
N2H4,
HN3,
HBr(aq),
HCl(aq),
HCN,
HF(aq)
HBr,
HCl,
HF,
HI,
H2O2 ,
H2Se,
H2S,
H2Te,
HI(aq),
HOBr(aq),
HOCl(aq),
H3PO2,
LiAlH4,
LiBH4,
LiH,
HNO3,
HNO2,
B5H9,
B5H11,
HClO4,
H2S2O8,
H2SO5,
H3PO4,
H3PO3,
KH,
H2P2O7,
H2SeO4,
SiH4,
H2SiO3,
NaBH4,
NaH,
SnH4,
SbH3
H2SO4,
H2SO3,
H2TeO4,
B4H10,
Zn(BH4)2

Indium


In(OAc)3,
InSb,
InAs
InBr3,
InCl3,
InF3,
InI,
In(NO3)3,
InN,
In2O,
In2O3,
InP,
In2Se3,
In2(SO4)3,
In2S3,
In(CH3)3

Iodine


AlI3,
NH4I,
BaI2,
BI3,
CsI,
CaI2,
CI4,
CuI,
P2I4,
GeI2,
HI(aq),
HI(g),
InI,
HIO3,
IBr,
ICl,
I2O5,
IF7
IF5,
IF3,
FeI2,
PbI2,
LiI,
MgI2,
Hg2I2,
HgI2,
PI3,
KI,
KIO3,
KIO4,
SmI4,
AgI,
NaI,
NaIO3,
NaIO4,
TlI,
SnI2,
ZnI2

Iridium


(IrCl(1,5-cod)2)2,
Ir4(CO)12
IrCl3,
IrCl4,
IrO2,
Na2IrCl6,
Vaska's complex

Iron (Ferrum)


AcC5H4FeCp,
(NH4)2Fe(SO4)2,
dppf,
FeCp*2,
C6H8Fe(CO)3,
(CpFe(CO)2)2,
FeCp2,
Fe(OAc)2,
Fe(OAc)3,
Fe(acac)3,
FeBr2,
FeBr3,
FeCl2,
FeCl3,
FeS2,
Fe3(CO)12,
FeF3,
FeI2,
Fe(ONap)3,
Fe(NO3)3,
Fe2(CO)9,
FeC2O4,
FeO,
Fe3O4,
Fe2O3,
Fe(CO)5,
Fe(ClO4)3,
FePO4,
(NH2SO3)2Fe,
FeSO4,
Fe2(SO4)3,
FeS

Krypton


Kr,
KrF2,add Krypton compounds here

Lanthanum


La(OAc)3,
LaB6,
La2(CO3)3,
LaCl3,
LaF3,
La2O3,
La(NO3)3,
LaPO4,
La2(SO4)3

Lawrencium


Lr,add Lawrencium compounds here

Lead (Plumbum)


PbCO3,
PbCl2,
PbCl4,
PbO2,
PbF2,
PbI2,
Pb(CH3)4,
Pb(C2H5)4,
Pb(NO3)2,
PbO,
PbSO4,
PbS,
PbSe,
PbTe.

Lithium


Li2O,
LiF,
LiCl,
LiBr,
LiI
Li2CO3,
LiOH,
Li2SO4

Lutetium


LuBr3,
Lu2(CO3)3,
LuCl3,
LuF3,
LuI3,
Lu(NO3)3,
Lu2O3,
LuPO4,
Lu2(SO4)3,
Lu2S3

Magnesium


Mg(OCOCH3)2,
Mg(HCO3)2,
MgB6,
MgBr2,
MgC2,
MgCO3,
MgCl2,
Magnesium citrate,
MgNCN,
MgF2,
MgPO3F,
Mg(HOCH2(CHOH)4CO2)2,
MgH2,
MgHPO4,
Mg(OH)2,
Mg(OCl)2,
MgI2,
MgMoO4,
Mg(NO3)2,
MgC2O4,
MgO,
MgO2,
Mg3(PO4)2,
MgSiO3,
MgSO4,
MgS,
MgTiO3,
MgWO4,
MgZrO3

Manganese


Mn,
MnO2,
KMnO4,
MnPc

Meitnerium


Mt,add Meitnerium compounds here

Mendelevium


Md,add Mendelevium compounds here


=Mercury (Hydrargyrum)=


HgO,
HgS,
HgSe,
HgTe,
HgCdTe,
HgF2,
HgCl2,
Hg2Cl2,
HgBr2,
HgI2
Hg(OH)2,
Hg2SO4,
HgSO4,
(CH3)2Hg

Molybdenum


MoCl5,
Mo(CO)6,
MoO3,
MoS2,

Neodymium


Nd,add Neodymium compounds here

Neon


Ne,No Neon compounds are known.

Neptunium


NpCl3,
NpCl4,
NpCl5,
NpCl6,
NpF4,
NpF5,
NpF6,
NpO2

Nickel


Ni,add Nickel compounds here


= Niobium (Columbium) =


Nb,add Niobium compounds here

Nitrogen


N, NH3, N2H4, HNO3, HNO2add Nitrogen compounds here

Nobelium


No,add Nobelium compounds here

Osmium


Os, OsO4,add Osmium compounds here

Oxygen

"This section lists only simple oxides, oxyhalides, and related compounds, not hydroxides, carbonates, acids, or other compounds."

Al2O3,
AmO,
AmO2,
Sb2O3,
Sb2O5,
As2O3,
As2O5,
BaO,
BeO,
Bi2O3,
BiOCl,
B2O3,
Br2O,
CO2,
CO,
CeO2,
ClO2,
ClO3,
Cl2O7,
Cl2O,
Cr2O3,
CrO2,
CrO3,
CoO,
Cu2O,
CuO,
Cm2O3,
CmO2,
Dy2O3,
Er2O3,
Eu2O3,
OF2,
O2F2,
Fr2O,
Gd2O3,
Ga2O3,
GeO2,
Au2O3,
HfO2,
Ho2O3,
In2O,
In2O3,
I2O5,
IrO2,
FeO,
Fe3O4,
Fe2O3,
La2O3,
PbO,
PbO2,
Li2O,
MgO,
K2O,
Rb2O,
Na2O,
SrO,
TeO2,
UO2

Palladium


PdCl2

Phosphorus


PBr3,
PCl3,
PF5,
P2O3,
P2O5,
P4S10,
P4S3,
PH3,
H3PO4,
H2PO3,
KPF6,
K3PO4,
K2HPO4,
KH2PO4,
(C6H5)3P
(CH3)3P

Platinum


Pt,add Platinum compounds here

Plutonium


Pu,add Plutonium compounds here

Polonium


Po,add Polonium compounds here


=Potassium (Kalium)=


K2O,
KF,
KCl,
KBr,
KI
K2CO3,
KOH,
K2SO4,
KMnO4,
K2FeO4,
KAl(SO4)2,
Potassium citrate,
KHCO3,
KNO3,
KVO3,
K2Cr2O7,
K2CrO4,
K2S,
KSb(OH)6,
[Potassium ferricyanide|K3 [Fe(CN)6] ,
[Potassium ferrocyanide|K4 [Fe(CN)6] ,
K2PtCl6

Praseodymium


PrBr3,
Pr2(CO3)3,
PrCl3,
PrF3,
PrI3,
Pr(NO3)3,
Pr2O3,
PrPO4,
Pr2(SO4)3,
Pr2S3

Promethium


PmBr3,
Pm2(CO3)3,
PmCl3,
PmF3,
PmI3,
Pm(NO3)3,
Pm2O3,
PmPO4,
Pm2(SO4)3,
Pm2S3

Protactinium


PaCl3,
PaCl4,
PaCl5,
PaCl6,
PaF4,
PaF5,
PaF6,
PaO2

Radium


Ra(OCOCH3)2,
Ra(HCO3)2,
RaB6,
RaBr2,
RaC2,
RaCO3,
RaCl2,
Radium citrate,
RaNCN,
RaF2,
RaPO3F,
Ra(HOCH2(CHOH)4CO2)2,
RaH2,
RaHPO4,
Ra(OH)2,
Ra(OCl)2,
RaI2,
RaMoO4,
Ra(NO3)2,
RaC2O4,
RaO,
RaO2,
Ra3(PO4)2,
RaSiO3,
RaSO4,
RaS,
RaTiO3,
RaWO4,
RaZrO3


= Radon (Actinon,Thoron,Niton) =


Rn,add Radon compounds here

Rhenium


Re,add Rhenium compounds here

Rhodium


Rh,add Rhodium compounds here

Roentgenium


Rg,add Roentgenium compounds here

Rubidium


RbH,
Rb2O,
RbF,
RbCl,
RbBr,
RbI,
Rb2Te,
Rb2CO3,
RbOH,
Rb2SO4,
Rb2ClO4.

Ruthenium


Ru,add Ruthenium compounds here

Rutherfordium


Rf,add Rutherfordium compounds here

Samarium


SmBr3,
Sm2(CO3)3,
SmCl3,
SmF3,
SmI3,
Sm(NO3)3,
Sm2O3,
SmPO4,
Sm2(SO4)3,
Sm2S3

Scandium


ScBr3,
Sc2(CO3)3,
ScCl3,
ScF3,
ScI3,
Sc(NO3)3,
Sc2O3,
ScPO4,
Sc2(SO4)3,
Sc2S3

Seaborgium


Sg,add Seaborgium compounds here

Selenium


CdSe,
H2Se,
HgSe,
SeO2,
H2SeO4,
H2SeO3,
Na2SeO3,
ZnSe

Silicon


Si,add Silicon compounds here

Silver (Argentum)


AgF,
AgF2,
AgBr,
AgCl,
AgI,
AgCN,
AgONC,
AgNO3,
AgClO4,
Ag2S,
Ag2Te,
Ag2O,
AgO,
AgBF4.


=Sodium (Natrium)=


NaHCO3,
NaBr,
Na2CO3,
NaCl,
Na4Fe(CN)6,
NaF,
NaOH,
NaI,
Na2O,
Na2SO4

Strontium


Sr(OCOCH3)2,
Sr(HCO3)2,
SrB6,
SrBr2,
SrC2,
SrCO3,
SrCl2,
Strontium citrate,
SrNCN,
SrF2,
SrPO3F,
Sr(HOCH2(CHOH)4CO2)2,
SrH2,
SrHPO4,
Sr(OH)2,
Sr(OCl)2,
SrI2,
SrMoO4,
Sr(NO3)2,
SrC2O4,
SrO,
SrO2,
Sr3(PO4)2,
SrSiO3,
SrSO4,
SrS,
SrTiO3,
SrWO4,
SrZrO3

Sulfur


NaSH, H3NSO3, H2S, SO2, H2SO4, H2SO3, SO2Cl2, CdS, HgS, ZnS, S2Cl2, SCl2, SF4, SOCl2, SOBr2, CS2, CSCl2, MoS2, NH4)2S

Tantalum


Ta,add Tantalum compounds here

Technetium


Tc,add Technetium compounds here

Tellurium


BeTe, Bi2Te3, CdTe, (Cd,Zn)Te, (CH3)2Te, (Hg,Cd)Te, PbTe, HgTe, (Hg,Zn)Te, Ag2Te, SnTe, ZnTe, HOTeF5, H6TeO6, Na2TeO3, TeO2, TeF6, TeF4.TeCl4

Terbium


TbBr3,
Tb2(CO3)3,
TbCl3,
TbF3,
TbI3,
Tb(NO3)3,
Tb2O3,
TbPO4,
Tb2(SO4)3,
Tb2S3

Thallium


Tl(OAc)3,
TlSb,
TlAs
TlBr3,
TlCl3,
TlF3,
TlI,
Tl(NO3)3,
Tl2O,
Tl2O3,
TlP,
Tl2Se3,
Tl2(SO4)3,
Tl2S3,
Tl(CH3)3,
TlOH

Thorium


ThCl3,
ThCl4,
ThCl5,
ThCl6,
ThF4,
ThF5,
ThF6,
ThO2

Thulium


TmBr3,
Tm2(CO3)3,
TmCl3,
TmF3,
TmI3,
Tm(NO3)3,
Tm2O3,
TmPO4,
Tm2(SO4)3,
Tm2S3


=Tin (Stannum)=


SnF2,
SnCl2,
SnCl4,
SnO,
SnO2,
Sn(CH3)4,
Sn(C2H5)4,
SnS,
SnSe,
SnTe.

Titanium


TiC,
TiCl2,
TiCl3,
TiO2,
TiBr4,
TiCl4,
TiI4,
Cp2TiCl2


= Tungsten (Wolfram) =


WC,
WCl6,
WF6,
WO3

Uranium


UCl3,
UCl4,
UCl5,
UCl6,
UF4,
UF5,
UF6,
UO2F2,
UO2

Vanadium


VC,
VBr3,
VCl2,
VCl3
VCl4,
VOCl3
V2O5
Cp2VCl2

Xenon


XeF2,
XePtF6,
XeF4,
XeF6,
XeO4

Ytterbium


YbBr3,
Yb2(CO3)3,
YbCl3,
YbF3,
YbI3,
Yb(NO3)3,
Yb2O3,
YbPO4,
Yb2(SO4)3,
Yb2S3

Yttrium


YBr3,
Y2(CO3)3,
YCl3,
YF3,
YI3,
Y(NO3)3,
Y2O3,
YPO4,
Y2(SO4)3,
Y2S3

Zinc


ZnO,
ZnS,
ZnSe,
ZnTe,
ZnF2,
ZnCl2,
ZnBr2,
ZnI2
Zn(OH)2,
ZnSO4

Zirconium


ZrC,
ZrO2,
ZrN,
ZrCl4,
ZrS2,
ZrSi2,
ZrSiO4,
ZrF4,
ZrBr4,
ZrI4,
Zr(OH)4,
C10H11ClZr,
Zr(CH3CH2COO)4,
Zr(WO4)2,
ZrH2,
Pb(Zr"x"Ti1-"x")O3

See also

* Dictionary of chemical formulas
* List of inorganic compounds
* List of organic compounds
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