ion flashcards

hydrogen
H+
lithium
Li+
sodium
Na+
Potassium
K+
Cesium
Cs+
Beryllium
Be2+
Magnesium
Mg2+
calcium
Ca2+
barium
Ba2+
Aluminum
Al3+
Silver
Ag+
Hydride
H
Fluoride
F
Chloride
Cl
Bromide
Br
Iodide
I
Oxide
O2-
sulfide
S2-
Nitride
N3-
Phosphide
P3-
Iron (III)
Fe3+
Iron (II)
Fe2+
Copper (II)
Cu2+
Copper (I)
Cu+
Cobalt (III)
Co3+
Cobalt (II)
Co2+
Tin (IV)
Sn4+
Tin (II)
Sn2+
Lead (IV)
Pb4+
Lead (II)
Pb2+
Mercury (II)
Hg2+
Mercury (I)

Hg22+

message from book: note that mercury (I) ions always occur bound together to form Hg22+ ions.

Silver

Ag+

note from book: Althought these are transition metals, they form only one type of ion, and a Roman numeral is not used.


this is a repeat in the book.

Zinc

Zn2+

note from book: Althought these are transition metals, they form only one type of ion, and a Roman numeral is not used.

Cadmium

Cd2+

note from book: Althought these are transition metals, they form only one type of ion, and a Roman numeral is not used.

Mercury (I)
Hg22+
Ammonium
NH4+
Nitrite
NO2
Nitrate
NO3
Sulfite
SO3
Sulfate
SO4

Hydrogen Sulfate

(bisulfate is a widely used common name)

HSO4
Hydroxide
OH
Cyanide
CN
Phosphate
PO43-
Hydrogen Phosphate
HPO42-
Dihydrogen Phosphate
H2PO4
Thiocyanate
NCS
Carbonate
CO32-

Hydrogen Carbonate

(bicaronate is a widely used common name)

HCO3
Hypochlorite
ClO
Chlorite
ClO2
Chlorate
ClO3
Chlorate
ClO3
Perchlorate
ClO4
Acetate
C2H3O2
Permanganate
MnO4
Dichromate
Cr2O72-
Chromate
CrO42-
Peroxide
O22-
Oxalate
C2O42-
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