Hydrated cobalt (II) nitrate

Hydrated cobalt (II) nitrate

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Caption: Hydrated cobalt (II) nitrate (Co(NO3)2). Also known as cobaltous nitrate, this red colour indicates the presence of hexahydrate (hexaaquacobalt (II) nitrate), which forms when the maximum number of six water molecules attach to the cobalt ion. The anhydrous form of this chemical is blue.

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