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Chem 300 Common Ions

All common ions - Sacramento City College - Chemistry 300 - Summer 2011

H(+) Hydrogen
Li(+) Lithium
Na(+) Sodium
K(+) Potassium
Ag(+) Silver
Cu(+) Copper (I) or (cuprous)
NH4(+) Ammonium
Mg(2+) Magnesium
Ca(2+) Calcium
Sr(2+) Strontium
Ba(2+) Barium
Zn(2+) Zinc
Cd(2+) Cadmium
Ni(2+) Nickel (II) or nickelous
Cu(2+) Copper (II) or (cupric)
Fe(2+) Iron (II) or ferrous
Co(2+) Cobalt (II) or cobaltous
Pb(2+) Lead (II) or plumbous
Mn(2+) Manganese (II) or manganous
Sn(2+) Tin (II) or stannous
Cr(2+) Chromium (II) or chromous
Hg(2+) Mercury (II) or mercuric
Al(3+) Aluminum
Au(3+) Gold (III) or auric
Fe(3+) Iron (III) or ferric
Co(3+) Cobalt (III) or cobaltic
Cr(3+) Chromium (III) or chromic
Pb(4+) Lead (IV) (plumbic)
Sn(4+) Tin (IV) (stannic)
Ni(4+) Nickel (IV) (nickelic)
Mn(4+) Manganese (IV) (manganic)
Cr(6+) Chromium (VI)
H(-) Hydride
F(-) Fluoride
Cl(-) Chloride
Br(-) Bromide
I(-) Iodide
OH(-) Hydroxide
CN(-) Cyanide
SCN(-) Thiocyanate
C2H3O2(-) Acetate
MnO4(-) Permanganate
HCO3(-) Hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)
NO3(-) Nitrate
NO2(-) Nitrite
O(2-) Oxide
O2(2-) Peroxide
S(2-) Sulfide
CrO4(2-) Chromate
CO3(2-) Carbonate
SO4(2-) Sulfate
SO3(2-) Sulfite
N(3-) Nitride
P(3-) Phosphide
PO4(3-) Phosphate
FO4(-) Perfluorate
FO3(-) Fluorate
FO2(-) Fluorite
FO(-) Hypofluorite
ClO4(-) Perchlorate
ClO3(-) Chlorate
ClO2(-) Chlorite
ClO(-) Hypochlorite
BrO4(-) Perbromate
BrO3(-) Bromate
BrO2(-) Bromite
BrO(-) Hypobromite
IO4(-) Periodate
IO3(-) Iodate
IO2(-) Iodite
IO(-) Hypoiodite
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