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EXAM 1. Information Page: I will provide the following information for you to use during the exam. Use these two pages while you work the assigned problems to get used to using the information that will be provided. No other notes are allowed during the exam. TABLE 2.3 Common Monatomic Cations and Anions TABLE 2.4 Common Type II Cations Cation Name Anion Name Cation Systematic Name Alternate Name H + hydrogen H hydride Fe 3+ iron (III) ferric Li + lithium F fluoride Fe 2+ iron (II) ferrous Na + sodium Cl chloride Cu 2+ copper (II) cupric K + potassium Br bromide Cu + copper (I) cuprous Cs + cesium I iodide Co 3+ cobalt (III) cobaltic Be 2+ beryllium O 2– oxide Co 2+ cobalt (II) cobaltous Mg 2+ magnesium S 2– sulfide Sn 4+ tin (IV) stannic Ca 2+ calcium N 3– nitride Sn 2+ tin (II) stannous Ba 2+ barium P 3– phosphide Pb 4+ lead (IV) plumbic Al 3+ aluminum Pb 2+ lead (II) plumbous Ag + silver Hg 2+ mercury (II) mercuric Zn 2+ zinc Hg + * mercury (I) mercurous *Note: mercury (I) ions generally occur bound together as Hg 2 2+ TABLE 2.5 Common Polyatomic Ions
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course CHEM Chem 1A taught by Professor Van koppen during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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