Symbols and oxidation numbers Flashcard

NH4 +
Ammonium
Cs +
Cesium
Cu +
Copper(I)
Cuprous
H +
Hydrogen
Li +
Lithium
Hg2 2+
Mercury (I)
Mercurous
K +
Potassium
Rb +
Rubidium
Na +
sodium
Ag +
Silver
Au +
Gold (I)
Aurous
Ba 2+
Barium
Cd 2+
Cadmium
Ca 2+
Calcium
Cr 2+
Chromium (II)
Chromous
Co 2+
cobalt (II)
cobaltous
Cu 2+
Copper (II)
Cupric
Fe 2+
iron (II)
ferrous
Pb 2+
Lead (II)
Plumbous
Mg 2+
magnesium
Hg 2+
Mercury (II)
Mercuric
Ni 2+
Nickel (II)
Nickelous
Sr 2+
Strontium
Sn 2+
Tin (II)
Stannous
Zn 2+
zinc
Mn 2+
manganese (II)
manganous
Al 3+
aluminum
Sb 3+
Antimony (III)
antimonous
As 3+
Arsenic (III)
arsenous
Bi 3+
Bismuth (III)
bismuthous
Cr 3+
Chromium (III)
chromic
Co 3+
Cobalt (III)
cobaltic
Au 3+
Gold (III)
Auric
Fe 3+
iron (III)
ferric
Ni 3+
nickel (III)
nickelic
C 4+
Carbon
Pb 4+
Lead (IV)
plumbic
Sn 4+
Tin (IV)
stannic
Si 4+
silicon
As 5+
Arsenic (V)
arsenic
Bi 5+
Bismuth (V)
bismuthic
C2H3O4 –
Acetate
HCO3 –
bicarbonate or hydrogen carbonate
Br –
Bromide
ClO3 –
Chlorate
Cl –
chloride
ClO2 –
chlorite
OCN –
cyanate
CN –
cyanide
H2PO4 –
dihydrogen phosphate
F –
Flouride
OH –
Hydroxide
ClO –
hypochlorite
IO3 –
Iodate
I –
Iodide
NO3 –
nitrate
NO2 –
Nitrite
ClO4 –
perchlorate
MnO4 –
permanganate
O2 2-
peroxide
SCN –
thiocyanate
CO3 2-
carbonate
CrO4 2-
chromate
Cr2O7 2-
dichromate
HPO4 2-
hydrogen phosphate
C2O4 2-
oxalate
O 2-
oxide
SO4 2-
sulfate
S 2-
sulfide
SO3 2-
Sulfite
S2O3 2-
thiosulfate
AsO4 3-
arsenate
AsO3 3-
arsenite
BO3 3-
borate
PO4 3-
phosphate
PO3 3-
phosphite
Fe(CN)6 3-
ferricyanide
Fe(CN)6 4-
ferrocyanide
SiO4 4-
Silicate
C 4+
C 4-
Carbon
Carbide
S 4+
S 6+
S 2-
Sulfur (IV)
Sulfur (VI)
Sulfide
N +
N 2+
N 3+
N 4+
N 5+
N 3-
nitrous
nitris
nitrogen (III)
nitrogen (IV)
nitrogen (V)
nitride
P 3+
P 5+
P 3-
Phosphorous (III)
Phosphorous (V)
Phosphide
HCl
Hydrochloric acid
H2SO4
Sulfuric acid
HNO3
nitric acid
H3PO4
phosphoric acid
HC2H3O2
acetic acid
DIATOMIC MOLECULES
F2
Cl2
Br2
I2
O2
H2
N2
NH3
Ammonia
CO
carbon monoxide
MnO2
manganese dioxide

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