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Inorganic compounds List


A
Aluminium antimonide – AlSb
Aluminium arsenide – AlAs
Aluminium nitride – AlN
Aluminium oxide – Al2O3
Aluminium phosphide – AlP
Aluminium chloride – AlCl3
Aluminium fluoride – AlF3
Aluminium hydroxide – Al(OH)3
Aluminium nitrate – Al(NO3)3
Aluminium sulfate – Al2(SO4)3
Ammonia – NH3
Ammonium bicarbonate – NH4HCO3
Ammonium cerium(IV) nitrate – (NH4)2Ce(NO3)6
Ammonium chloride – NH4Cl
Ammonium hydroxide – NH4OH
Ammonium nitrate – NH4NO3
Ammonium sulfate – (NH4)2SO4
Ammonium tetrathiocyanatodiamminechromate(III) – NH4[Cr(SCN)4(NH3)2]
Antimony hydride – SbH3
Antimony pentachloride – SbCl5
Antimony pentafluoride – SbF5
Antimony trioxide – Sb2O3
Arsine – AsH3
Arsenic trioxide (Arsenic(III) oxide) – As2O3 easily confused with arsenous acid As(OH)3

B
Barium chloride – BaCl2
Barium chromate – BaCrO4
Baking soda – NaHCO3
Barium hydroxide – Ba(OH)2
Barium iodide – BaI2
Barium nitrate – Ba(NO3)2
Barium sulfate – BaSO4
Barium titanate – BaTiO3
Beryllium bromide – BeBr2
Beryllium carbonate – BeCO3
Beryllium chloride – BeCl2
Beryllium fluoride – BeF2
Beryllium hydride – BeH2
Beryllium hydroxide – Be(OH)2
Beryllium iodide – BeI2
Beryllium nitrate – Be(NO3)2
Beryllium nitride – Be3N2
Beryllium oxide – BeO

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Beryllium sulfate – BeSO4
Beryllium sulfite – BeSO3
Beryllium borohydride – Be(BH4)2
Beryllium telluride – BeTe
Bismuth(III) oxide – Bi2O3
Bismuth(III) telluride – Bi2Te3
Borane – Diborane: B2H6, Pentaborane: B5H9 Decaborane: B10H14
Borax – Na2B4O7•10H2O
Boric acid – H3BO3
Boron carbide – B4C
Boron nitride – BN
Boron oxide – B2O3
Boron suboxide – B6O
Boron trichloride – BCl3
Boron trifluoride – BF3
Bromine pentafluoride – BrF5
Bromine trifluoride – BrF3
C
Cacodylic acid – (CH3)2AsO2H
Cadmium arsenide – Cd3As2
Cadmium bromide – CdBr2
Cadmium chloride – CdCl2
Cadmium fluoride – CdF2
Cadmium iodide – CdI2
Cadmium nitrate – Cd(NO3)2
Cadmium selenide – CdSe (of quantum dot fame)
Cadmium sulfate – CdSO4
Cadmium telluride – CdTe
Caesium bicarbonate – CsHCO3
Caesium carbonate – Cs2CO3
Caesium chromate – Cs2CrO4
Caesium chloride – CsCl
Caesium fluoride – CsF
Calcium carbide – CaC2
Calcium chlorate – Ca(ClO3)2
Calcium chloride – CaCl2
Calcium chromate – CaCrO4
Calcium cyanamide – CaCN2
Calcium fluoride – CaF2
Calcium hydride – CaH2
Calcium hydroxide – Ca(OH)2
Calcium sulfate (Gypsum) – CaSO4
Carbon dioxide – CO2
Carbon disulfide – CS2
Carbon monoxide – CO
Carbonic acid – H2CO3
Carbon tetrabromide – CBr4
Carbon tetrachloride – CCl4
Carbon tetraiodide – CI4
Carbonyl fluoride – COF2
Carbonyl sulfide – COS
Carboplatin –
carborundum SiC
C6H12N2O4Pt
Cerium(III) chloride – CeCl3
Cerium(III) bromide – CeBr3
Cerium(IV) sulfate – Ce(SO4)2
Cerium magnesium – CeMg
Cerium aluminium – CeAl
Cerium zinc – CeZn
Cerium silver – CeAg
Cerium cadmium – CeCd
Cerium mercury – CeHg
Cerium thallium – CeTl
Chromic acid – CrO3
Chromium(III) chloride – CrCl3
Chromium(II) chloride – CrCl2 (also chromous chloride)
Chromium(III) oxide – Cr2O3
Chromium(IV) oxide – CrO2
Chromium trioxide (Chromic acid) – CrO3
Chromyl chloride – CrO2Cl2
Cisplatin (cis-platinum(II) chloride diammine]] – PtCl2(NH3)2
Cobalt(II) bromide – CoBr2
Cobalt(II) chloride – CoCl2
Cobalt(II) carbonate – CoCO3
Cobalt(II) sulfate – CoSO4
Columbite – Fe2+Nb2O6
Copper(II) carbonate – CuCO3
Copper(I) chloride – CuCl
Copper(II) chloride – CuCl2
Copper(II) hydroxide – Cu(OH)2
Copper(II) nitrate – Cu(NO3)2
Copper(I) oxide – Cu2O
Copper(II) oxide – CuO
Copper(II) sulfate – CuSO4
Copper(I) sulfide – Cu2S
Copper(II) sulfide – CuS
Cyanogen – (CN)2
Cyanogen chloride – CNCl
Cyanuric chloride – C3Cl3N3
Chrome-alum; K2SO4Cr2(SO4)3.24H2O


D
Decaborane (Diborane) – B10H14
Di-Ammonium Phosphate – (NH4)2HPO4
Diborane – B2H6
Dichlorosilane – SiH2Cl2
Digallane – Ga2H6
Dinitrogen pentoxide (nitronium nitrate) – N2O5
Disilane – Si2H6
Dysprosium(III) chloride – DyCl3
E
Erbium(III) chloride – ErCl3
Europium(III) chloride – EuCl3
Erbium-copper – ErCu
Erbium-gold – ErAu
Erbium-silver – ErAg
Erbium-Iridium – ErIr
F
Fluorosulfuric acid – FSO2(OH)
G
Gadolinium(III) chloride – GdCl3
Gadolinium(III) oxide – Gd2O3
Gallium antimonide – GaSb
Gallium arsenide – GaAs
Gallium trichloride – GaCl3
Gallium nitride – GaN
Gallium phosphide – GaP
Germanium(IV) hydride (Germane)– GeH4
Germanium(III) hydride – Ge2H6
Germanium(II) fluoride – GeF2
Germanium(IV) fluoride – GeF4
Germanium(II) chloride – GeCl2
Germanium(IV) chloride – GeCl4
Germanium(II) bromide – GeBr2
Germanium(IV) bromide – GeBr4
Germanium(II) iodide – GeI2
Germanium(IV) iodide – GeI4
Germanium(II) oxide – GeO
Germanium(IV) oxide – GeO2
Germanium(II) sulfide – GeS
Germanium(IV) sulfide – GeS2
Germanium(II) selenide – GeSe
Germanium(IV) selenide – GeSe2
Germanium telluride – GeTe
Germanium (IV) nitride – Ge3N4
Gold(I) chloride – AuCl
Gold(III) chloride – AuCl3
Gold(I,III) chloride – Au4Cl8
Gold(III) chloride – (AuCl3)2
Gold(III) fluoride – AuF3
Gold(V) fluoride – AuF5
Gold(I) bromide – AuBr
Gold(III) bromide – (AuBr3)2
Gold(I) iodide – AuI
Gold(III) iodide – AuI3
Gold(III) oxide – Au2O3
Gold(I) sulfide – Au2S
Gold(III) sulfide – Au2S3
Gold(III) selenide – AuSe
Gold(III) selenide – Au2Se3
Gold ditelluride – AuTe2
H
Hafnium fluoride
Hafnium tetrachloride – HfCl4
Hexadecacarbonylhexarhodium – Rh6CO16
Hydrazine – N2H4
Hydrazoic acid – HN3
Hydrobromic acid – HBr
Hydrochloric acid – HCl
Hydroiodic acid – HI
Hydrogen bromide – HBr
Hydrogen chloride – HCl
Hydrogen fluoride – HF
Hydrogen peroxide – H2O2
Hydrogen selenide – H2Se
Hydrogen sulfide – H2S
Hydrogen telluride – H2Te
Hydroxylamine – NH2OH
Hypochlorous acid – HClO
Hypophosphorous acid – H3PO2
I
Indium antimonide – InSb
Indium arsenide – InAs
Indium(I) chloride
Indium nitride – InN
Indium phosphide – InP
Iodic acid – HIO3
Iodine heptafluoride – IF7
Iodine pentafluoride – IF5
Iodine monochloride – ICl
Iridium(IV) chloride
Iron(II) chloride – FeCl2 including hydrate
Iron(III) chloride – FeCl3
Iron(II) oxide – FeO
Iron(III) nitrate – Fe(NO3)3(H2O)9
Iron(II,III) oxide – Fe3O4
Iron(III) oxide – Fe2O3
Iron-sulfur cluster
Iron(III) thiocyanate
K
Krypton difluoride - KrF2
L
Lanthanum carbonate – La2(CO3)3
Lanthanum magnesium – LaMg
Lanthanum aluminium – LaAl
Lanthanum zinc – LaZn
Lanthanum silver – LaAg
Lanthanum cadmium – LaCd
Lanthanum mercury – LaHg
Lanthanum tallium – LaTl
Lead(II) carbonate – Pb(CO3)
Lead(II) chloride – PbCl2
Lead(II) iodide – PbI2
Lead(II) nitrate – Pb(NO3)2
Lead(II) oxide – PbO
Lead(IV) oxide – PbO2
Lead(II) phosphate – Pb3(PO4)2
Lead(II) sulfate – Pb(SO4)
Lead(II) selenide – PbSe
Lead(II) sulfide – PbS
Lead(II) telluride – PbTe
Lead zirconate titanate – Pb[TixZr1-x]O3 (e.g., x = 0.52 is Lead zirconium titanate)
Lithium aluminium hydride – LiAlH4
Lithium bromide – LiBr
Lithium carbonate (Lithium salt) – Li2CO3
Lithium chloride – LiCl
Lithium hydride – LiH
Lithium hydroxide – LiOH
Lithium iodide – LiI
Lithium nitrate – LiNO3
Lithium sulfate – Li2SO4
M
Magnesium antimonide – MgSb
Magnesium carbonate – MgCO3
Magnesium chloride – MgCl2
Magnesium oxide – MgO
Magnesium phosphate – Mg3(PO4)2
Magnesium sulfate – MgSO4
Manganese(IV) oxide (manganese dioxide) – MnO2
Manganese(II) sulfate monohydrate – MnSO4.H2O
Manganese(II) chloride – MnCl2
Manganese(III) chloride – MnCl3
Manganese(IV) fluoride – MnF4
Manganese(II) phosphate – Mn3(PO4)2
Mercury(I) chloride – Hg2Cl2
Mercury(II) chloride – HgCl2
Mercury fulminate – Hg(ONC)2
Mercury(II) selenide – HgSe
Mercury(I) sulfate – Hg2SO4
Mercury(II) sulfate – HgSO4
Mercury(II) sulfide – HgS
Mercury(II) telluride – HgTe
Metaphosphoric acid – HPO3
Molybdate orange
Molybdenum trioxide – MoO3
Molybdenum disulfide – MoS2
Molybdenum hexacarbonyl – C6O6Mo
Molybdic acid – H2MoO4
N
Neodymium(III) chloride – NdCl3
Nessler's reagent – K2[HgI4]
Nickel(II) carbonate – NiCO3
Nickel(II) chloride – NiCl2 and hexahydrate
Nickel(II) hydroxide – Ni(OH)2
Nickel(II) nitrate – Ni(NO3)2
Nickel(II) oxide – NiO
Niobium oxychloride – NbOCl3
Niobium pentachloride – NbCl5
Nitric acid – HNO3
Nitrogen monoxide – NO
Nitrogen dioxide – NO2
Nitrosylsulfuric acid – NOHSO4
O
Osmium tetroxide (osmium(VIII) oxide) – OsO4
Osmium trioxide (osmium(VI) oxide) – OsO3
Oxybis(tributyltin) – C24H54OSn2
Oxygen difluoride – OF2
Ozone – O3
P
Palladium(II) chloride – PdCl2
Palladium(II) nitrate – Pd(NO3)2
Pentaborane – B5H9
Pentasulfide antimony – Sb2S5
Perchloric acid – HClO4
Perchloryl fluoride – ClFO3
Persulfuric acid (Caro's acid) – H2SO5
Perxenic acid – H4XeO6
Phenylarsine oxide – (C6H5)AsO
Phenylphosphine – C6H7P
Phosgene – COCl2
Phosphine – PH3
Phosphite – HPO32-
Phosphomolybdic acid – HMoNiO6P-4
Phosphoric acid – H3PO4
Phosphorous acid (Phosphoric(III) acid) – H3PO3
Phosphorus pentabromide – PBr5
Phosphorus pentafluoride – PF5
Phosphorus pentasulfide – P4S10
Phosphorus pentoxide – P2O5
Phosphorus sesquisulfide – P4S3
Phosphorus tribromide – PBr3
Phosphorus trichloride – PCl3
Phosphorus trifluoride – PF3
Phosphorus triiodide – PI3
Phosphotungstic acid – H3PW12O40
Platinum(II) chloride – PtCl2
Platinum(IV) chloride – PtCl4
Plutonium(III) chloride – PuCl3
Plutonium dioxide (Plutonium(IV) oxide) – PuO2
Potash Alum– K2SO4.Al2(SO4)3•24H2O
Potassium Aluminium Fluoride – KAlF4
Potassium borate – K2B4O7•4H2O
Potassium bromide – KBr
Potassium carbonate – K2CO3
Potassium chlorate – KClO3
Potassium chloride – KCl
Potassium ferrioxalate – K3[Fe(C2O4)3]
Potassium hydrogencarbonate – KHCO3
Potassium hydrogen fluoride – HF2K
Potassium hydroxide – KOH
Potassium iodide – KI
Potassium monopersulfate – K2SO4•KHSO4•2KHSO5
Potassium nitrate – KNO3
Potassium perbromate – KBrO4
Potassium perchlorate – KClO4
Potassium permanganate – KMnO4
Potassium sulfate – K2SO4
Potassium sulfide – K2S
Potassium titanyl phosphate – KTiOPO4
Potassium vanadate – KVO3
Praseodymium(III) chloride – PrCl3
Protonated molecular hydrogen – H3+
Prussian blue (Iron(III) hexacyanoferrate(II)) – Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3
Pyrosulfuric acid – H2S2O7
Q
Quartz-SiO2
R
Radium chloride – RaCl2
Radon difluoride – RnF2
Rhodium(III) chloride – RhCl3
Rubidium bromide – RbBr
Rubidium chloride – RbCl
Rubidium fluoride – RbF
Rubidium hydroxide – RbOH
Rubidium iodide – RbI
Rubidium nitrate – RbNO3
Rubidium oxide – Rb2O
Rubidium telluride – Rb2Te
Ruthenium(VIII) oxide – RuO4
S
Samarium(II) iodide – SmI2
Samarium(III) chloride – SmCl3
Scandium(III) triflate – Sc(OSO2CF3)3
Scandium(III) chloride – ScCl3 and hydrate
Scandium(III) fluoride – ScF3
Scandium(III) nitrate – Sc(NO3)3
Scandium(III) oxide – Sc2O3
Selenic acid – H2SeO4
Selenious acid – H2SeO3
Selenium trioxide – SeO3
Selenium dioxide – SeO2
Silane – SiH4
Silica gel – SiO2•nH2O
Silicic acid – [SiOx(OH)4-2x]n
Silicochloroform – Cl3HSi
Silicofluoric acid – H2SiF6
Silicon dioxide – SiO2
Silver chloride – AgCl
Silver(I) fluoride – AgF
Silver(II) fluoride – AgF2
Silver iodide – AgI
Silver nitrate – AgNO3
Silver sulfide – Ag2S
Soda lime –
Sodamide – NaNH2
Sodium borohydride – NaBH4
Sodium bromide – NaBr
Sodium bromate – NaBrO3
Sodium carbonate – Na2CO3
Sodium chloride – NaCl
Sodium chlorate – NaClO3
Sodium cyanide – NaCN
Sodium ferrocyanide – Na4Fe(CN)6
Sodium hydride – NaH
Sodium hydrogen carbonate (Sodium bicarbonate) – NaHCO3
Sodium hydrosulfide – NaSH
Sodium hydroxide – NaOH
Sodium iodide – NaI
Sodium monofluorophosphate (MFP) – Na2PFO3
Sodium nitrate – NaNO3
Sodium nitrite – NaNO2
Sodium percarbonate – 2Na2CO3.3H2O2
Sodium phosphate; see Trisodium phosphate – Na3PO4
Sodium silicate – Na2SiO3
Sodium sulfate – Na2SO4
Sodium sulfide – Na2S
Sodium sulfite – Na2SO3
Sodium tellurite – Na2TeO3
Stannous chloride (tin(II) chloride) – SnCl2
Stibine – SbH3
Strontium chloride – SrCl2
Strontium nitrate – Sr(NO3)2
Strontium titanate – SrTiO3
Sulfamic acid – H3NO3S
Sulfane – H2S
Sulfur dioxide – SO2
Sulfuric acid – H2SO4
Sulfurous acid – H2SO3
Sulfuryl chloride – SO2Cl2
T
Tantalum carbide – TaC
Tantalum(V) oxide – Ta2O5
Telluric acid – H6TeO6
Tellurium dioxide – TeO2
Tellurium tetrachloride – TeCl4
Tellurous acid – H2TeO3
Terbium(III) chloride – TbCl3
Tetraborane(10) – B4H10
Tetrachloroauric acid – AuCl3
Tetrafluorohydrazine – N2F4
Tetramminecopper(II) sulfate – [Cu(NH3)4]SO4
Tetrasulfur tetranitride – S4N4
Thallium(I) carbonate – Tl2CO3
Thallium(I) fluoride – TlF
Thallium(III) oxide Tl2O3
Thallium(III) sulfate
Thionyl chloride – SOCl2
Thiophosgene – CSCl2
Thiophosphoryl chloride – Cl3PS
Thorium dioxide – ThO2
Thortveitite – (Sc,Y)2Si2O7
Thulium(III) chloride – TmCl3
Tin(II) chloride – SnCl2
Tin(II) fluoride – SnF2
Tin(IV) chloride – SnCl4
Titanium boride – TiB2
Titanium carbide – TiC
Titanium dioxide (titanium(IV) oxide) – TiO2
Titanium dioxide (B) (titanium(IV) oxide) – TiO2
Titanium nitride – TiN
Titanium(IV) bromide (titanium tetrabromide) – TiBr4
Titanium(IV) chloride (titanium tetrachloride) – TiCl4
Titanium(III) chloride – TiCl3
Titanium(II) chloride – TiCl2
Titanium(IV) iodide (titanium tetraiodide) – TiI4
Trifluoromethylisocyanide – C2NF3
Trifluoromethanesulfonic acid – CF3SO3H
Trimethylphosphine – C3H9P
Trioxidane – H2O3
Tripotassium phosphate – K3PO4
Trisodium phosphate – Na3PO4
Tungsten carbide – WC
Tungsten(VI) chloride – WCl6
Tungsten(VI) Fluoride – WF6
Tungstic acid – H2WO4
Tungsten hexacarbonyl – W(CO)6
U
Uranium hexafluoride – UF6
Uranyl nitrate – UO2(NO3)2
Triuranium octaoxide (pitchblende or yellowcake) – U3O8
V
Vanadium carbide – VC
Vanadium oxytrichloride (Vanadium(V) oxide trichloride) – VOCl3
Vanadium(IV) chloride – VCl4
Vanadium(II) chloride – VCl2
Vanadium(II) oxide – VO
Vanadium(III) nitride – VN
Vanadium(III) bromide – VBr3
Vanadium(III) chloride – VCl3
Vanadium(III) fluoride – VF3
Vanadium(IV) fluoride – VF4
Vanadium(III) oxide – V2O3
Vanadium(IV) oxide – VO2
Vanadium(IV) sulfate – VOSO4
Vanadium(V) oxide – V2O5
W
Water – H2O
X
Xenon difluoride – XeF2
Xenon hexafluoroplatinate – Xe[PtF6]
Xenon tetrafluoride – XeF4
Xenon tetroxide – XeO4
Xenic acid – H2XeO4
Y
Ytterbium(III) chloride – YbCl3
Ytterbium(III) oxide – Yb2O3
Yttrium(III) antimonide – YSb
Yttrium(III) arsenide – YAs
Yttrium(III) bromide – YBr3
Yttrium aluminium garnet – Y3Al5O12
Yttrium barium copper oxide – YBa2Cu3O7
Yttrium(III) fluoride – YF3
Yttrium iron garnet – Y3Fe5O12
Yttrium(III) oxide – Y2O3
Yttrium(III) sulfide – Y2S3
Yttrium copper – YCu
Yttrium silver – YAg
Yttrium gold – YAu
Yttrium rhodium – YRh
Yttrium iridium – YIr
Yttrium zinc – YZn
Yttrium cadmium – YCd
Yttrium magnesium – YMg
Z
Zinc bromide – ZnBr2
Zinc carbonate – ZnCO3
Zinc chloride – ZnCl2
Zinc cyanide – Zn(CN)2
Zinc fluoride – ZnF2
Zinc iodide – ZnI2
Zinc oxide – ZnO
Zinc selenide – ZnSe
Zinc sulfate – ZnSO4
Zinc sulfide – ZnS
Zinc telluride – ZnTe
Zirconia hydrate – ZrO2.nH2O
Zirconium carbide – ZrC
Zirconium(IV) chloride – ZrCl4
Zirconium nitride – ZrN
Zirconium hydroxide – Zr(OH)4
Zirconium(IV) oxide – ZrO2
Zirconium orthosilicate – ZrSiO4
Zirconium tetrahydroxide – H4O4Zr
Zirconium tungstate – ZrW2O8



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