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Date Created: 09/14/16
Ionic Charges Chart Cations 1+ 2+ 3+ ammonium NH 4+ barium Ba2+ aluminum Al3+ + 2+ 3+ cesium Cs beryllium Be chromium(III) Cr + 2+ 3+ gold(I) Au cadmium Cd cobalt(III) Co hydrogen H + calcium Ca2+ gold(III) Au 3+ lead(I) Pb + cobalt(II) Co2+ iron(III) Fe3+ + 2+ 3+ lithium Li copper(II) Cu manganese(III) Mn + 2+ potassium K iron(II) Fe silver Ag + lead(II) Pb2+ sodium Na + magnesium Mg 2+ + 2+ 4+ copper(I) Cu manganese(II) Mn 2+ tin(IV) Sn4+ mercury(I) Hg 2 4+ mercury(II) Hg 2+ nickel(IV) Ni 4+ nickel(II) Ni2+ lead(IV) Pb 2+ strontium Sr 2+ zinc Zn tin(II) Sn 2+ Roman numeral notation indicates charge of ion when element commonly forms more than one ion. For example, iron(II) has a 2+ charge; iron(III) a 3+ charge. Anions 1- 2- 3- - - 2- 3- acetate C2H3O 2 cyanide CN carbonate CO 3 arsenate AsO 4 amide NH - cyanate OCN - chromate CrO 2- arsenite AsO 3- 2 4 3 hydrogen carbonate fluoride F- dichromate Cr2O 72- citrate C6H 5 73- - - 2- 3- (bicarbonate) HCO 3 hydride H oxide O ferricyanide Fe(CN) 6 - 2- 3- hydrogen sulfate hydroxide OH oxalate C2O 4 nitride N (bisulfate) HSO - hypochlorite ClO - silicate SiO 2- phosphate PO 3- 4 3 4 bisulfide HS - iodate IO 3- sulfate SO 42- phosphite PO 33- - - 2- 3- bisulfite HSO 3 iodide I sulfide S phosphide P - - 2- bromate BrO 3 nitrate NO 3 sulfite SO 3 bromide Br - nitrite NO - tartrate C H O 2- 2 4 4 6 chlorate ClO 3- perchlorate ClO 4- tetraborate B4O 72- - - 2- chlorite ClO 2 permanganate MnO 4 thiosulfate S2O 3 - - chloride Cl thiocyanate SCN There are no common anions with a 4- charge. CHEMISTRY:A Study of Matter © 2004, GPB 6.2


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