Transition ions Flashcard

Cr2+

Chromium(II) ion

or

Chromous ion

Cr3+

Chromium(III)

or Chromic ion

Co2+

cobalt(II) ion

or 

cobaltous ion

Co3+

Cobalt(III)

or

Cobaltic ion

Cu+

copper(I)

or

Cuprous ion

Cu2+

copper(II)

or

cupric ion

Fe2+

iron(II) ion

or 

ferrous ion

Fe3+

iron(III)

or 

ferric ion

Pb2+

lead(II)

or

Plumbous ion

Pb4+

lead(IV) ion

or

plumbic ion

Ni2+

nickel(II) ion

or

nickelous ion

Ni3+

nickel(III)

or

nickelic ion

Ag+

silver ion

note: silver has only one oxidation state

no roman numeral required

Sn2+

tin(II) ion

or 

stannous ion

Sn4+

tin(IV) ion

or

stannic ion

Zn2+

zinc ion

note: zinc has only one oxidation state

no roman numeral required

Au+

Gold(I) ion

or

aurous ion

Au3+

gold(III) ion

or

auric ion

Mn2+
manganese(II) ion
Mn3+
manganese(III) ion
Mn4+
manganese(IV) ion
Mn7+
manganese(VII)
[Hg22+]

mercury(I) ion

or

mercurous ion

 

this ion contains two(2) Hg atom, when the separate ion is written it requires []

[Hg2+]

mercury(II) ion

or

mercuric ion

 

this ion contains one(1) Hg atom, when the separate ion is written it requires []

Bi3+

bismuth(III) ion

or 

bismuthous ion

Bi5+

bismuth(V) ion

or 

bismuthic ion

Sb3+

antimony(III) ion

or 

antimonous ion

Sb5+

antimony(V) ion

or 

antimonic ion

Cd2+

cadmium ion

this atom has only one(1) oxidation state

no roman numeral is required.

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