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Ion and compounds

Ion and compounds for my chemistry class

QuestionAnswer
H 1+ Hydrogen (hydronium)
Li 1+ Lithium
Na 1+ Sodium
K 1+ Potassium
Rb 1+ Rubidium
Cs 1+ Cesium
Fr 1+ Francium
Be 2+ Beryllium
Mg 2+ Magnesium
Ca 2+ Calcium
Sr 2+ Strontium
Ba 2+ Barium
Ra 2+ Radium
Cr 2+ Chromium (II) Chromous
Cr 3+ Chromium (III) Chromic
Mn 2+ Manganese (II) Manganous
Mn 3+ Manganese (III) Manganic
Fe 2+ Iron (II) Ferrous
Fe 3+ Iron (III) Ferric
Co 2+ Cobalt (II) Cobaltous
Co 3+ Cobalt (III) Cobaltic
Ni 2+ Nickel (II) Nickelous
Ni 4+ Nickel (IV) Nickelic
Cu 1+ Copper (I) Cuprous
Cu 2+ Copper (II) Cupric
Ag 1+ Silver
Au 1+ Gold (I) Aurous
Au 3+ Gold (III) Auric
Zn 2+ Zinc
Hg2 2+ Mercury (I) Mercurous
Hg 2+ Mercury (II) Mercuric
B 3+ Boron
Al 3+ Aluminum
Sn 2+ Tin (II) Stannous
Sn 4+ Tin (IV) Stannic
Pb 2+ Lead (II) Plumbous
Pb 4+ Lead (IV) Plumbic
N 3- Nitride
P 3- Phosphide
As 3- Arsenide
O 2- Oxide
S 2- Sulfide
Se 2- Selenide
F 1- Fluoride
Cl 1- Chloride
Br 1- Bromide
I- Iodide
NH4 1+ Ammonium
NH2 1- Amide
HSO4 1- Hydrogen sulfate (bisulfate)
HSO3 1- Hydrogen sulfite (bisulfite)
H2PO4 1- Dihydrogen Phosphate
CH3COO 1- (C2H2O2 1-) Acetate
HCO3 1- Hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)
HC2O4 1- Hydrogen Oxalate (binoxalate)
OH 1- Hydroxide
NO3 1- Nitrate
No2 1- Nitrite
MnO4 1- Permanganate
ClO4 1- Perclorate
ClO3 1- Chlorate
ClO2 1- Chlorite
ClO 1- Hypochlorite
BrO4 1- Perbromate
BrO3 1- Bromate
BrO2 1- Bromite
BrO 1- Hypobromite
IO4 1- Periodate
IO3 1- Iodate
IO2 1- Iodite
IO 1- Hypoiodite
Cn 1- Cyanide
SCN 1- Thiocyanate
HS 1- Hydrogen sulfide
SO4 2- Sulfate
SO 3 2- Sulfite
HPO4 2- Hydrogen Phosphate
C4H4O6 2- Tartrate
CO3 2- Carbonate
C2O4 2- Oxalate
O2 2- Peroxide
CrO4 2- Chromate
Cr2O7 2- Dichromate
B4O7 2- Tetraborate
S2O3 2- Thiosulfate
SiO 2- Silicate
SiF6 2- Hexafluorasilicate
SeO4 2- Selenate
PO4 3- Phosphate
PO3 3- Phosphite
AsO4 3- Arsenate
BO3 3- Borate
Created by: jtvcoaster