The formula for beryllium carbonate is?



Answer:
BeCO3
htere is no formula because that's an impossible configuration. You sholuld stick to Iodates instead.
If i m not wrong its BeCo3
BeCO3
BeCO3

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The chemical Beryllium Carbonate exists as a hydrid of BeCO3 and Be(OH)2 or written as Be2CO3(OH)2.

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