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Common Ions for AP Chemistry

QuestionAnswer
Vanadium(II) V2+
Vanadium(III) V3+
Vanadium(IV) V4+
Zinc Zn2+
Aluminum Al3+
Barium Ba2+
Bismuth(III) Bi3+
Bismuth (IV) Bi5+
Cadmium Cd2+
Calcium Ca2+
Cerium(III) Ce3+
Cerium (IV) Ce4+
Cesium Cs+
Chromium (II) Cr2+
Chromium (III) Cr3+
Cobalt (II) Co2+
Cobalt (III) Co3+
Copper (I) Cu+
Cuprous Cu+
Copper (II) Cu2+
Cupric Cu2+
Gallium Ga3+
Gold (I) Au+
Gold (III) Au3+
Hydrogen H+
Tin(II) Sn2+
Stannous Sn2+
Tin(IV) Sn4+
Stannic Sn4+
Iron (II) Fe2+
Ferrous Fe2+
Iron (III) Fe3+
Ferric Fe3+
Lead (II) Pb2+
Plumbous Pb2+
Lead (IV) Pb4+
Plumbic Pb4+
Lithium Li+
Magnesium Mg2+
Manganese (II) Mn2+
Manganese (IV) Mn4+
Mercury (I) Hg22+
Mercurous Hg22+
Mercury (II) Hg2+
Mercuric Hg2+
Nickel(II) Ni2+
Potassium K+
Rubidium Rb+
Silver Ag+
Sodium Na+
Strontium Sr2+
Thallium(I) Tl+
Thallium(III) Tl3+
Thallium(IV) Tl4+
Arsenic(III) As3+
Arsenic (V) As5+
Bromide Br-
Chloride Cl-
Fluoride F-
Iodide I-
Oxide O2-
Sulfide S2-
Hydrogen Carbonate HCO3-
Bicarbonate HCO3-
Carbonate CO32-
Hydrogen Oxalate HC2O4-
Bioxalate HC2O4-
Oxalate C2O42-
Ethandioate C2O42-
Chlorate ClO3-
Chlorite ClO22-
Hydrogen Phosphate HPO42-
Dihydrogen Phospate H2PO4-
Phosphate PO43-
Hydronium H3O+
Hydroxide OH-
Peroxide O22-
Hydrogen Sulfate HSO4-
Bisulfate HSO4-
Hydrogen Sulfide HS-
Bisulfide HS-
Hydrogen Sulfite HSO3-
Bisulfite HSO3-
Sulfate SO42-
Sulfite SO32-
Nitrate NO3-
Nitrite NO2-
Dichromate Cr2O72-
Chromate CrO42-
Ammonium NH4+
Acetate C2H5O2-
Ethanoate C2H5O2-
Arsenate AsO43-
Arsenite AsO33-
Benzoate C7H5O2-
Borate BO33-
Bromate BrO3-
Cyanide CN-
Ferricyanide Fe(CN)63-
Ferrocyanide Fe(CN)64-
Formate COOH-
Iodate IO3-
Molybdate MoO42-
Orthosilicate SiO44-
Perchlorate ClO4-
Periodate IO4-
Permanganate MnO4-
Hydrogen Phthalate HC8H4O4-
Biphthalate HC8H4O4-
Pyrophosphate P2O74-
Silicate SiO32-
Thiosulfate S2O32-
Thiocyanate SCN-
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