Common_Ions - Pb 2+ Nitrate NO 3 Lead (IV) or plumbic Pb 4+...

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Names and Formulas of Common Ions Positive Ions (cations) Negative Ions (anions) The charges of these ions can be figured out The charges of these ions can be figured out using the periodic table: using the periodic table: Hydrogen H + Hydride H Lithium Li + Fluoride F Sodium Na + Chloride Cl Potassium K + Bromide Br Rubidium Rb + Iodide I 2 Cesium Cs + Oxide O 2 Beryllium Be 2+ Sulfide S Magnesium Mg 2+ Nitride N 3 Calcium Ca 2+ Phosphide P 3 Strontium Sr 2+ Barium Ba 2+ Aluminum Al 3+ These ions must be memorized: These ions must be memorized: Hydronium H 3 O + Acetate C 2 H 3 O 2 Ammonium NH Hydroxide OH 4 Silver Ag + Cyanide CN Cadmium Cd 2+ Cyanate OCN Zinc Zn 2+ Thiocyanate SCN Copper (I) or cuprous Cu + Hypochlorite ClO Copper (II) or cupric Cu 2+ Chlorite ClO 2 Mercury (I) or mercurous Hg Chlorate ClO 3 2 2 Mercury (II) or mercuric Hg 2+ Perchlorate ClO 4 Lead (II) or plumbus
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Unformatted text preview: Pb 2+ Nitrate NO 3 Lead (IV) or plumbic Pb 4+ Nitrite NO 2 Iron (II) or ferrous Fe 2+ Permanganate MnO 4 Iron (III) or ferric Fe 3+ Carbonate CO 2 3 Manganese (II) Mn 2+ Hydrogen carbonate or bicarbnate HCO 3 2 Nickel (II) Ni 2+ Chromate CrO 4 Tin (II) or stannous Sn 2+ Dichromate Cr 2 O 2 7 Tin (IV) or stannic Sn 4+ Peroxide O 2 2 2 Chromium (II) Cr 2+ Sulfate SO 4 Chromium (III) Cr 3+ Hydrogen sulfate or bisulfate HSO 4 Cobalt (II) Co 2+ Sulfite SO 2 3 Cobalt (III) Co 3+ Hydrogen sulfite or bisulfite HSO 3 Bismuth (III) Bi 3+ Phosphate PO 3 4 Hydrogen phosphate HPO 4 2 Dihydrogen phosphate H 2 PO 4 Borate BO 3 3 2 Oxalate C 2 O 4 Note: Ions in bold type are very common and must be memorized first!!!...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course CHEM 142A taught by Professor Campbell during the Summer '11 term at University of Washington.

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