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Polyatomic elements and other stuff

Acetate C2H3O2 (-1)
Chlorate ClO3 (-1)
Iodate IO3 (-1)
Hydroxide OH (-1)
Nitrate NO3 (-1)
Carbonate CO3 (-2)
Chromate CrO4(-2)
Sulfate SO4 (-2)
Phosphate PO4 (-3)
Ammonium NH4 (+1)
-ite one less oxygen than -ate
hypo-...-ite two less oxygen than -ate
per-...-ate one more oxygen than -ate
Charge of Al? +3
Charge of Ag? +1
Charge of Cd? +2
Charge of Zn? +2
Describe ionic bonds. An ionic bond occurs between a metal (low EN and a non-metal (high EN). The metal tends to lose electrons to form a cation, and the non-metal gains electrons to form an anion.The ions of opposite charges attract each other.
Created by: SuperSailor