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Unformatted text preview: + • Combination of a stable anion and H +-ClO-(Hypochlorite ), HOCl (Hypochlorous acid ), ClO 2-(Chlorite), HClO 2 (Chlorous Acid), ClO 3-(Chlorate), HClO 3 (Chloric acid), ClO 4-(Perchlorate), HClO 4 (Perchloric Acid), Cl-(Chloride), & HCl (Hydrochloric acid) MOST OF THE ONES ABOVE ARE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION Type I Salts • The metal can only have one stable charge (Group I Metals are a +1, Group 2 Metals are a +2, Ag + , Zn 2+ , Al +3 , Sc +3 ) • Calcium Chloride = CaCl 2 Type II Salts • The metal can have different charges in different compounds • Pb + Cl 2 = PbCl 2 (Lead II Chloride) & PbCl 4 (Lead IV Chloride) • Stock = Roman Numerals if not a Type I Metal Molecular Compounds • Combination of two non-metals • SiCl 4 (Silicon Tetrachloride) • N 2 O 3 (Dinitrogen Trioxide) • Mono, di, tri, tetra, penta, hexa, hepta, octa, nona, deca...
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