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Common Ions & Acids

The most common polyatomic ions and acids.

Ammonium NH4(+)
Cuprous Cu (+)
Hydrogen H (+)
Lithium Li (+)
Potassium K (+)
Mercurous Hg2 (+) "occur in groups of two so total charge of the entire molecule is (2+)"
Sodium Na (+)
Barium Ba (+2)
Beryllium Be (+2)
Cadmimum Cd (+2)
Calcium Ca (+2)
Cobalt(II) Co (+2)
Chromium(II) Cr (2+)
Cupric Cu (+2)
Ferrous Fe (+2)
Plumbous Pb (+2)
Magnesium Mg (+2)
Manganese Mn (+2)
Mercuric Hg (+2)
Nickel(II) Ni (+2)
Strontium Sr (+2)
Stannous Sn (+2)
Zinc Zn (+2)
Aluminum Al (+3)
Chromium(III) Cr (+3)
Antimony(III) Sb (+3)
Bismuth Bi (+3)
Ferric Fe (+3)
Arsenic As (+3)
Plumbic Pb (+4)
Stannic Sn (+4)
Carbon C (+4)
Silicon Si (+4)
Antimony(V) Sb (+5)
Arsenic(V) As (+5)
Bismuth(V) Bi (+5)
Acetate C2H3O2 (-1)
Bromate BrO3 (-1)
Bromide Br (-1)
Chlorate ClO3 (-1)
Chlorite ClO2 (-1)
Chloride Cl (-1)
Cyanide CN (-1)
Fluride F (-1)
Hydride H (-1)
Hydrogen Carbonate or Bicarbonate HCO3 (-1)
Hydrogen Sulfate or Bisulfate HSO4 (-1)
Hydrogen Sulfite or Bisulfite HSO3 (-1)
hydroxide OH (-1)
Hypochlorite ClO (-1)
Hydrogen Sulfide HS (-1)
Iodate IO3 (-1)
Iodide I (-1)
Nitrate NO3 (-1)
Nitrite NO2 (-1)
Perchlorate ClO4 (-1)
Permanganate MnO4 (-1)
Thiocynate SCN (-1)
Carbonate C03 (-2)
Chromate CrO4 (-2)
Cyanamide CN2 (-2)
Dichromate CR2O7 (-2)
Hydrogen Phosphate HPO4 (-2)
Oxalate C2O4 (-2)
Oxide O (-2)
Peroxide O2 (-2)
Stannate SnO3 (-2)
Stannite SnO2 (-2)
Sulfate SO4 (-2)
Sulfite SO3 (-2)
Sulfide S (-2)
Tartrate C4H4O6 (-2)
Borate BO3 (-3)
Hexacyanoferrate(III)or Ferricyanide FE(CN)6 (-3)
Phosphate PO4 (-3)
Phosphite PO3 (-3)
Phosphide P (-3)
Nitride N (-3)
Hexacyanoferrate(II) or Ferrocynide Fe(CN)6 (-4)
Silicate SiO3 (-2)
Acetic HC2H3O2
Carbonic H2CO3
Hydrochloric HCL
Hydrobromic HBr
Hydrofluric HF
Nitric HNO3
Phosphoric H3PO4
Sulfuric H2SO4
Arsenate AsO4 (-3)
Binoxalate HC2O4 (-1)
Borite BO2 (-3)
Bromite BrO2 (-1)
Hexafluorosilicate SiF6 (-2)
Iodite IO2 (-1)
Monohydrogen Phosphate HPO4 (-2)
Pyrophosphate P2O7 (-4)
Selenate SeO4 (-2)
Created by: wyattgreenwald96