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Fixed Sodium oxideMgF2ionicfixedMagnesium fluorideK3NionicvariablePotassium NitrideBeCl2Molecular Variable Beryllium chlorideCa3P2ionicFixed Calcium phosphidePart 2: Polyatomic Ions and Acids (5 x 5 = 25 points)For these compounds – a. HCl b. HNO3c. H2SO4d. H3PO4e. HClO4Data Table:Compound FormulaCation or Hydrogen PresentCompound NameHClcl-Hydrochloric acid HNO3NO2-Nitric acidH2SO4SO42-Sulfuric acidH3PO4PO43-Phosphoric acidHClO4ClO4-Perchloric acida. Determine if a cation or hydrogen is present in the compound. For cations with a variable charge, include the correct Roman numeral to record the name of a neutral compound by ensuring the sum of the charges for the polyatomic ion and the cation equal 0.b. If the compound contains a hydrogen and occurs in its aqueous state, record the systematic acid name. Binary acids will include “hydro-” to indicate water, followed by the root of the second element ending with the suffix “-ic” and the word “acid.” Oxoacids will not include the prefix “hydro” and the suffixes and any prefixes (if needed) will depend on the anion present in the compound.
(5 x 5 = 25 points)Data Table:Compound FormulaFirst Metal Iron with ChargeCompound NameFeCl3 (aq)Fe3+Iron(III) Chloride Ca(NO3)2 (s)Ca2+Calcium nitrateNa2SO4 (aq)Na2+Sodium sulfateLi3PO4 (aq)Li+Lithium PhosphateCu(OH)2 (s)Cu2+Copper(II) hydroxidea. Record the chemical symbol of the first metal ion or hydrogen (if any). Include the correct

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