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Ionic Chemistry
Note 1 Some identical ionic compositions can have multiple electronic charge values e.g Fe2+ and Fe3+
Note 2 When naming salts, you usually start with the positive charged ions e.g. Sodium Chloride (NaCl)
NameFormulaCharge
acetateC2H3O2-1
aluminiumAl+3
ammoniumNH4+1
antimideSb-3
arsenideAs-3
astantinideO-1
bariumBa+2
berylliumBe+2
borateBO3-3
boronB+3
bromideBr-1
caesiumCs+1
calciumCa+2
carbideC-4
carbonateCO3-2
chlorateClO3-1
chloriteClO2-1
chorideCl-1
chromateCrO4-2
cyanateOCN-1
cyanideC≡N-1
dichromateCr2O7-2
fluorideF-1
galliumAl+3
hydrideH+1
hydrogen carbonateHCO3-1
hydrogen phosphateHPO4-2
hydrogen sulphateHSO4-1
hydroxideOH-1
hypochloriteClO-1
indiumIn+3
IodateIO3-1
IodideI-1
IronIIFeII+2
IronIIIFeIII+3
lithiumLi+1
magnesiumMg+2
nitrateNO3-1
nitrideO-3
nitriteNO2-1
oxideO-2
perchlorateClO4-1
permanganateMnO4-1
peroxideO2-2
phosphatePO4-3
phosphideP-3
phosphitePO3-3
polonideO-2
potasiumK+1
rubidiumRb+1
selenideSe-2
silicideSi-4
sodiumNa+1
strontiumSr+2
sulphateSO4-2
sulphideS-2
sulphiteSO3-2
tellurideTe-2
thiocyanateSC≡N-2
thiosulphateS2O3-2
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