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nomenclature - Naming Compounds cations and anions Elements...

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Naming Compounds, cations and anions
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Elements and symbols that you should know: Part 1 – The obvious ones: 1) Hydrogen 2) Helium 3) Lithium 4) Beryllium 5) Boron 6) Carbon 7) Nitrogen 8) Oxygen 9) Fluorine 10) Neon 11) Magnesium 12) Aluminium 13) Silicon 14) Phosphorus H He Li Be B C N O F Ne Mg Al Si P
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Some more obvious ones: 15) Sulphur 16) Chlorine 17) Argon 18) Calcium 19) Zinc The less obvious ones: 1) Sodium 2) Potassium 3) Iron 4) Copper 5) Silver 6) Tin 7) Gold 8) Mercury 9) Lead S Cl Ar Ca Zn Na K Fe Cu Ag Sn Au Hg Pb
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Polyatomic ions (-1 charge) H2PO4 DiHydrogen phosphate C2H3O2 Acetate HSO3 Hydrogen Sulfite HCO3 Hydrogen Carbonate NO2 Nitrite NO3 Nitrate CN Cyanide OH Hydroxide MnO4 Permanganate ClO Hypochlorite ClO2 Chlorite ClO3 Chlorate ClO4 Perchlorate
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Polyatomic ions (-2 charge) HPO4 Hydrogen Phosphate C2O4 Oxalate SO3 Sulfite SO4 Sulfate CO3 Carbonate CrO4 Chromate Cr2O7 Dichromate SiO3 Silicate
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Polyatomic ions (-3 charge) PO3 Phosphite PO4 Phosphate
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