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MASC Final Page 2 - This happens with the common oxidation states of silver nickel copper and lead Ion Common Name IUPAC Name Ag.silver silver(I Ni

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Transition Metal Cations and Lead and Mercury Transition metal cations, and cations of lead and mercury, can have more than one oxidation state. In this case, the oxidation state is specified as a roman numeral in parentheses. For example: Fe 3+ is named iron(III) ...... Fe 2+ is named iron(II) Hg 2+ is named mercury(II) Pb 4+ is named lead(IV) Sometimes the oxidation state is really common and the parentheses are often omitted.
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Unformatted text preview: This happens with the common oxidation states of silver, nickel, copper, and lead: Ion Common Name IUPAC Name Ag + ...silver silver(I) Ni 2+ ...nickel nickel(II) Cu 2+ ...copper copper(II) Pb 2+ ...lead lead(II) Zn 2+ ...zinc zinc, always +2...
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course MASC 110L taught by Professor Goo during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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