Monoatomic_Ions

Monoatomic_Ions - Symbols and Charges for Monoatomic Ions...

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Symbols and Charges for Monoatomic Ions Fixed Charge Symbol Name Symbol Name H + hydrogen ion H - hydride Li + lithium ion F -   fluoride Na + sodium ion Cl - chloride K + potassium ion Br - bromide Rb + rubidium ion I - iodide Cs + cesium ion O 2- oxide Be 2+ beryllium ion S 2- sulfide Mg 2+ magnesium ion Se 2- selenide Ca 2+ calcium ion Te 2- telluride Sr 2+ strontium ion N 3- nitride Ba 2+ barium ion P 3- phosphide Ra 2+ radium ion As 3- arsenide Ag + silver ion Ni 2+ nickel ion Zn 2+ zinc ion Al 3+ aluminum ion Note that the letters in an ion's name before the -ide ending is the stem. For example, the stem for bromide is brom-. The P for phosphide is a capital P. Some sources will have nickel as a variable charge monoatomic ion, the charges being +2 and +4. Symbols and Charges for Monoatomic Ions Variable Charge Systematic name Common Systematic name Common Symbol (Stock system) name Symbol (Stock system) name Cu
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