Chemistry-Polyatomic Ions

NH4 +
Ammonium
Cu +

Copper (I) (Cuprous)

H +

Hydrogen

Li +

Lithium

K +
Potassium
Ag +
Silver

Na +

Sodium
Ba 2+
Barium
Cd 2+
Cadmium
Ca 2+
Calcium
Cr 2+
Chromium (II) (Chromous)
Co 2+
Cobalt (II)
Cu 2+
Copper (II) (Cupric)
Fe 2+
Iron (II) (Ferrous)
Pb 2+
Lead (II) (Plumbous)
Mg 2+
Magnesium
Mn 2+
Manganese (II) (Manganous)
Hg2 2+
Mercury (I) (Mercurous)
Hg 2+
Mercury (II) (Mercuric)
Sn 2+
Tin (II) (Stannous)
Zn 2+
Zinc
Al 3+
Aluminum
As 3+
Arsenic (III)

Cr 3+

Chromium (III) (Chromic)
Fe 3+
Iron (III) (Ferric)
Pb 4+
Lead (IV) (Plumbic)
Sn 4+
Tin (IV) (Stannic)
C2H3O2

Acetate

Br –
Bromide
Cl –
Chloride
I –
Iodide
ClO –

Hypochlorite

CN –
Cyanide
HCO3
Hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)
ClO3

Chlorate

F –
Fluoride
HSO4
Hydrogen sulfate (bisulfate)
ClO2
Chlorite
OH –
Hydroxide
NO3
Nitrate
NO2
Nitrite
ClO4
Perchlorate
MnO4
Permanganate
CO3 2-
Carbonate
CrO4 2-
Chromate
Cr2O7 2-
Dichromate
HPO4 2-
Hydrogen phosphate (Biphosphate)
C2O4 2-
Oxalate

O 2-

Oxide

O2 2-

Peroxide
SiO3 2-
Silicate
SO4 2-
Sulfate

S 2-

Sulfide
SO3 2-
Sulfite
S2O3 2-
Thiosulfate
AsO4 3-
Arsenate
N 3-
Nitride
P 3-
Phosphide
PO4 3-
Phosphate
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