CAS-No.: 12122-15-5; 12607-70-4
EINECS Name: [carbonato(2-)]tetrahydroxytrinickel
Synonyms: basic nickel carbonate ; nickel carbonate basic; nickel carbonate; nickel hydroxycarbonate; nickel carbonate hydroxide; nickel (II) carbonate hydroxide; carbonic acid, nickel (2+) salt, basic; [carbonato(2-)] tetrahydroxytrinickel
Molecular Formula: CH4Ni3O7 (also: x NiCO3 • y Ni(OH)2 • z H2O)
Atomic weight: 304.12
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