2a-Ion-Charges

2a-Ion-Charges - 2 O Lead (II) Pb 2+ Compound Charge...

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GCHEM I LAB ANION & CATION CHARGES YELLOW SHEET CATION CHARGE ANION CHARGE Hydrogen H 1+ Oxide O 2- Lithium Li 1+ Fluoride F 1- Sodium Na 1+ Chloride Cl 1- Potassium K 1+ Bromide Br 1- Magnesium Mg 2+ Hydroxide OH 1- Calcium Ca 2+ Nitrate NO 3 1- Barium Ba 2+ Sulfate SO 4 2- Ammonium NH 4 1+ Sulfite SO 3 2- Gold (I) Au 1+ Acetate C 2 H 3 O 2 1- Silver Ag 1+ Chromate CrO 4 2- Iron(II) Fe(II) 2+ Carbonate CO 3 2- Iron(III) Fe(III) 3+ Phosphate PO 4 3- Copper(I) Cu(I) 1+ Thiosulfate S 2 O 3 2- . Copper(II) Cu(II) 2+ From Dalton’s Atomic Theory: When elements combine to form compounds, the atoms combine Zinc Zn 2+ in a simple whole-numbers ratio. Ex: H
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Unformatted text preview: 2 O Lead (II) Pb 2+ Compound Charge Neutrality: When elements combine to form compounds the net charge of the Aluminum Al 3+ compound is zero. When ions are formed the resulting charge on the ion is an excess of the anion () or cation Titanium (IV) Ti 4+ (+) charge. Group IA Alkali 1+ Note: The periodic table can be used to identify the charge of many cations and anions. Group IIA Alkaline 2+ jpechunf5/2007...
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