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In some cases the Roman numeral in a name is the same as a subscript in the formula, and

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In some cases the Roman numeral in a name is the same as a subscript in the formula, and in some cases it is not. Provide an example (formula and name) for each of these cases. Explain why the Roman numeral is not necessarily the same as the subscript.

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CH 111 Notes: Week 3 Polyatomic Ions: charged ions composed of two or more atoms, covalently bonded, that act as a single unit o Hydroxide OH - o Carbonate CO 2- 3 - o Bicarbonate HCO 3 o Nitrate NO 3- - o Nitrite NO 22- o Sulfate SO 4 o Sulfite SO 32- - o Acetate CH 33- 2 o Phosphate PO 4 o Ammonium NH 4+ - o Thiocyanate SCN- o Cyanide CN o Permanganate MnO 4

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
ISBN: 9781439049402

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