What are the ions present in Ca(NO3)2 compound?

Answer:

During formation of Ca(NO3)2, Calcium donates two electrons and gets converted to Ca2+, while two ammonium ions gain one electron each and get converted to nitrate ion (NO3).

Calcium Nitrate (Ca(NO3)2)

Calcium nitrate is a calcium nitrate salt that contains calcium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Calcium nitrate is a granular solid that is white or whitish-grey in colour and absorbs moisture from the air. It is commonly found as the tetra hydrate compound Ca(NO3)2.4H2O.

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