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Ions & Charges

Common Ions and their charges

H+1 Hydrogen
Li+1 Lithium
Na+1 Sodium
K+1 Potassium
Ag+1 Silver
Au+1 Gold
Cu+1 *Copper 1 (Cuprous)
NH4+1 Ammonium
H3O+1 Hydronium
O2+1 Dioxygenyl
Be+2 Beryllium
Mg+2 Magnesium
Ca+2 Calcium
Sr+2 Strontium
Ba+2 Barium
Zn+2 Zinc
Cu+2 *Copper II (Cupric)
Ni+2 *Nickel II (Nickellous)
Pb+2 *Lead II (Plumbous)
Sn+2 *Tin II (Stannous)
Fe+2 *Iron II (Ferrous)
Co+2 *Cobalt II (Cobaltous
Hg2+2 *Mercury I (Mercurous) (The cation Mercury I exists as two Mercury ions covalently bonded called Dimercury.)
Hg+2 *Mercury II (Mercuric)
CrO2+2 Chromyl
Al+3 Aluminum
Cr+3 *Chromium III (Chromous)
Fe+3 *Iron III (Ferric)
Ni+3 *Nickel III (Nickellic)
Co+3 *Cobalt III (Cobaltic)
As+3 *Arsenic III
Bi+3 *Bismuth III
Sn+4 *Tin IV (Stannic)
Pb+4 *Lead IV (Plumbic)
Cr+4 *Chromium IV (Chromic)
As+5 *Arsenic V
Bi+5 *Bismuth V
F-1 Fluoride
Cl-1 Chloride
Br-1 Bromide
I-1 Iodide
C2H3O2-1 Acetate
OH-1 Hydroxide
CN-1 Cyanide
MnO4-1 Permanganate
NO3-1 Nitrate
NO2-1 Nitrite
ClO-1 Hypochlorite
ClO2-1 Chlorite
ClO3-1 Chlorate
ClO4-1 Perchlorate
HSO4-1 Hydrogen sulfate
HSO3-1 Hydrogen sulfite
HCO3-1 Hydrogen Carbonate
HS-1 Hydrogen sulfide
H2PO4-1 Dihydrogen phosphate
SCN-1 Thiocyanate
IO2-1 Iodite
IO3-1 Iodate
IO4-1 Periodate
BrO3-1 Bromate
O2-1 Superoxide
NH2-1 Amide
HCO2-1 Formate
O-2 Oxide
S-2 Sulfide
CO3-2 Carbonate
SO4-2 Sulfate
SO3-2 Sulfite
CrO4-2 Chromate
Cr2O7-2 Dichromate
C2O4-2 Oxalate
HPO4-2 Monohydrogen phosphate
O2-2 Peroxide
S2O3-2 Thiosulfate
SnO3-2 Stannate
SnO2-2 Stannite
MoO4-2 Molybdate
TeO3-2 Tellurite
S2-2 Disulfide
FeO4-2 Ferrate
HAsO4-2 Hydrogen Arsenate
N-3 Nitride
P-3 Phosphide
PO4-3 Phosphate
PO3-3 Phosphite
C6H5O7-3 Citrate
Fe(CN)6-3 Ferricyanide
Fe(CN)6-4 Ferrocyanide
Si2O7-6 Pyrosilicate
TeO6-6 Orthotellurate
Suffix -ate means more Oxygen
suffix -ite means less Oxygen
Prefix hypo- Means less than
prefix hyper- means more than
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