Unformatted text preview: Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds - More Oxo Anions The ite anions are formed from the 'ate' anions by removing one neutral oxygen atom. They have the same charge. As before treat the anion as a group. If you have
learned the 'ate' anions, it is easy to constuct the lie anions. ate anion ite anion
Nitrate I‘le3| ' Nitrite N02"
Acetate CHSCOO ' Chlorate CIOB' Chlorite CIOZ'
Carbon ate CO3 2' Sulfate so4 2' Sulﬂte 8032' Ch romate CrO4 2' Phosphate P04 3* Ph osphite Po3 3* Not all 'ate' anions have an 'ite' counterpart. This exercizes for this unit Will include only nitrite and sulﬁte. ...
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- Spring '08
- Organic chemistry