The below reaction results in two moles of a single ionic compound as a product.?

The below reaction results in two moles of a single ionic compound as a product.

4Co + 3O2 -->

What is the name of the compound ?

Answer:
4Co + 3O2---> 2Co2O3

Cobalt (III) oxide
Nitromethane???
Co2O3, Dicobalti trioxydum.
I believe it's 2Co2O3 .. 2 moles of some kind of cobalt trioxide

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