# What is the formula for rubidium nitride

The formula of Rubidium nitride is a chemical represented by the molecular formula Rb3N. Each molecule of rubidium nitride contains three atoms of rubidium and one atom of nitrogen.

RbNO3. Rubidium nitrade is not produced from the earth. It is man-made.It is an alkali metal nitrate. It dissolves in water, kind-of like salt and sugar do. Hope it helps! I cant wait to be in Chemistry to learn all of this stuff! It sounds so lit!

Explanation: Hello, We are required to write the chemical formula of the following compounds 1. Calcium nitride = Ca₃N₂ 2. Magnesium Phosphide = Mg₃P₂ 3. Rubidium Chromate = Rb₂CrO₄ 4. Aluminium nitrate = Al(NO₃)₃ 5. Ammonium Arsenide = (NH₄)₃As 6. Nickel(ii) nitrite = Ni(NO₂)₂ 7. Copper(i)sulfate = Cu₂SO₄ 8. Iron(iii)nitrate = Fe(NO₃)₃ 9. Manganese(ii)nitrate = Mn(NO₃)₂ The left hand side are the common names when the right hand side are the chemical formula.

RbCl   Step-by-step explanation:
Rb is in Group 1. It can lose one electron to get a complete shell.
Cl is in Group 17. It can get a complete shell by gaining one election.
Thus, one Rb atom can react with one Cl atom.
The formula of rubidium chloride is RbCl.

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The answer to your question is   Rb₃N Explanation: Data Lithium Nitride = Li₃N Rubidium Nitride = ? Process 1.- Both Lithium and Rubidium are placed in group lA of the periodic table, which means that their valence number if + 1. 2.- Nitrogen is placed in group VA, which means that its oxidation number is -3. 3.- Write the formula and interchange the oxidation numbers.                                   Rb⁺¹   N⁻³                                   Rb₃N₁ But number one is not necessary to write it.                                   Rb₃N

To answer this specific question, the formula of rubidium nitride
is Rb3N. I am hoping that this
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