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List of inorganic compounds



Tentative listing related to this page, inorganic compounds by element (presently under construction), as well as Category:Chemical compounds by element.

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Relevant links for chemical compounds are:

  • The CAS Substance Databases, which contains information on about 23 million compounds.
  • Chemfinder [1] is helpful for finding information about a chemical (disable and delete cookies!).
  • ChemIDplus at http://chem.sis.nlm.nih.gov/chemidplus/ is a useful non-commercial source for chemical lookups
  • http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/ Material Data Safety Sheets, plus other relevant links.

These (commercial) links may also provide useful information:

  • Sigma Aldrich [2]
  • Acros Organics [3]
  • Lancaster [4]


Whilst most compounds are referred to by their IUPAC systematic names (following IUPAC nomenclature), "traditional" names have also been kept where they are in wide use or of significant historical interest.

See also: inorganic compounds by element, list of compounds, list of organic compounds, organic compound, list of biomolecules, list of minerals, polyatomic ions, list of elements by name, List of alchemical substances.

Table of contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • Gadolinium(III) chloride – GdCl3
  • Gadolinium(III) oxide – Gd2O3
  • Gallium antimonide – GaSb
  • Gallium arsenide – GaAs
  • Gallium(III) chloride – GaCl3
  • Gallium nitride – GaN
  • Gallium phosphide – GaP
  • Germanium(IV) hydride – GeH4
  • Germanium(III) hydride – Ge2H6
  • Germanium(II) fluoride – GeF2
  • Germanium(IV) fluoride – GeF4
  • Germanium(II) chloride – GeCl2
  • Germanium(IV) chloride – GeCl4
  • Germanium(II) bromide – GeBr2
  • Germanium(IV) bromide – GeBr4
  • Germanium(II) iodide – GeI2
  • Germanium(IV) iodide – GeI4
  • Germanium(II) oxide – GeO
  • Germanium(IV) oxide – GeO2
  • Germanium(II) sulfide – GeS
  • Germanium(IV) sulfide – GeS2
  • Germanium(II) selenide – GeSe
  • Germanium(IV) selenide – GeSe2
  • Germanium telluride – GeTe
  • Germanium (IV) nitride – Ge3N4
  • Gold(I) chloride – AuCl
  • Gold(III) chloride – AuCl3
  • Gold(I,III) chloride – Au4Cl8
  • Gold(III) chloride – (AuCl3)2
  • Gold(III) fluoride – AuF3
  • Gold(V) fluoride – AuF5
  • Gold(I) bromide – AuBr
  • Gold(III) bromide – (AuBr3)2
  • Gold(I) iodide – AuI
  • Gold(III) iodide – AuI3
  • Gold(III) oxide – Au2O3
  • Gold(I) sulfide – Au2S
  • Gold(III) sulfide – Au2S3
  • Gold(III) selenide – AuSe
  • Gold(III) selenide – Au2Se3
  • Gold ditelluride – AuTe2

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Krypton Difluoride - KrF2

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