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Does chromium chromate — Cr₂(CrO₄)₃ — exist?

Yes for chromate: chromium oxide (5/12) $\ce{Cr5O12}$ has been synthesized via thermal decomposition of chromium trioxide in welded platinum or gold capsules at 240–260 °C and pressure 2–3 kbar during ...
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Does chromium chromate — Cr₂(CrO₄)₃ — exist?

I found a paper which mentions the synthesis of the compound. The abstract is as follows: Chromium chromate has been prepared from chromic chloride solution and silver chromate by double ...
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In a crystal of NaCl, how are the NaCl molecules bonded to other NaCl molecules?

NaCl is explained here: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/molecule/NaCl.html The separated ions are unstable with respect to the separated atoms because the ionization potential of Na is ...
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In a crystal of NaCl, how are the NaCl molecules bonded to other NaCl molecules?

[OP] I understand that the sodium and chlorine in an individual NaCl molecule are bonded ionically, but how are the molecules in a crystal containing millions of these molecules bonded to each other? ...
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In a crystal of NaCl, how are the NaCl molecules bonded to other NaCl molecules?

In an NaCl crystal, the sodium ions (Na+) and chloride ions (Cl-) arrange themselves in a repeating, three-dimensional lattice structure. When one electron from sodium is transferred to chlorine, an ...
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