Nomenclature in Inorganic Chemistry

Nomenclature in Inorganic Chemistry - Names for Ions and...

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Unformatted text preview: Names for Ions and Radicals Cation Cu + copper(I) ion Cu 2+ copper(II) ion NO + nitrosyl cation NO 2+ nitryl cation UO 2 2+ uranyl(VI) ion NH 4+ ammonium ion C 4 H 5 NH 3+ anilinium ion C 5 H 5 NH + pyridinium Common Coordination Numbers of Caitons Ag + 2 Au + 2, 4 Cu + 2,4 Li + 4 Tl + 2 Hg 2+ 4 Ca 2+ 6 Co 2+ 4, 6 Cu 2+ 4, 6 Fe 2+ 6 Ni 2+ 4, 5, 6 Pb 2+ 4 Pd 2+ 4 Pt 2+ 4 V 2+ 6 Zn 2+ 4 Al 3+ 4, 6 Au 3+ 4 Co 3+ 6 Cr 3+ 6 Fe 3+ 6 Ir 3+ 6 Os 3+ 6 Pd 4+ 6 Pt 4+ 6 Zr 4+ 8 Hf 4+ 8 Th 4+ 8 Anions H- hydride ion F- fluoride ion Cl- chloride ion OH- hydroxide O 2 2- Peroxide ion O 2- Hyperoxide ion* O 3- Ozonide ion S 2 2- Disulfide ion CN- Cyanide ion C 2 2- Acetylide ion I 3- Triiodide ion HF 2- Hydrogendifluoride ion N 3- Azide ion NH 2- Imide ion NH 2- Amide ion NHOH- Hydroxylamide ion N 2 H 3- Hydraxide ion [Sb(OH) 6 ]- Hexahydroxoantimonate(V) ion NO 2- Nitrite N 2 O 2 2- Hyponitrite NOO 2- Peroxonitrite AsO 3 3- Arsenite SO 3 2- Sulfite S 2 O 5 2- Disulfite S 2 O 4 2- Dithionite S 2 O 2 2-...
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