Common cations and Common anions

Sodium ion
(Na)^+
Magnesium ion
(Mg)^2+
Iron (II) ion
(Fe)^2+
Iron (III) ion
(Fe)^3+
Silver ion
(Ag)^+
Ammonium ion
(NH4)^+
Potassium ion
K^+
calcium ion
(Ca)^2+
Copper (I) ion
(Cu)^+
Copper (II) ion
(Cu)^2+
Zinc
(Zn)^2+
Hydronium ion
H3O^+
Halides

F^-, (Cl)^-, (Br)^-, I^-

Fluorides, Chlorides, bromides, iodides

Nitrate
(NO3)^-
Phosphate
(PO4)^3-
Carbonate
(CO3)^2-
Sulfate
(SO4)^2-
Hydroxide
(OH)^-
Cyanide
(CN)^-
Hydrogen carbonate
(HCO3)^-
acetate
C2H3O2
hypochlorate
Cl O-
hypobromite
Br O-
hypoiodite
I O-
chlorite
Cl O2 –
bromite
BR O2 –
iodite
I O2 –
nitrite
N O2 –
chlorate
Cl O3 –
bromate
Br O3 –
iodate
I O3 –
carbonate
C O3 -2
nitrate
N O3 –
perchlorate
Cl O4 –
perbromate
Br O4 –
periodate
I O4 –
phosphate
P O4 3-
phosphite
P O3 3-
sulfate
S O4 -2
sulfite
S O3 -2
ammonium
N H4 +
hydrochloric acid
H Cl
hydrobromic acid
H Br
hydroflouric acid
HF
hydroiodic acid
HI
hydrosulfuric acid
H2S
nitrous acid
H NO2
sulfurous acid
H SO3
hypochlorous acid
H ClO
sulfuric acid
HSO4
nitric acid
HNO3
carbonic acid
HCO3
perchloric acid
HClO4
strong acids
HCl, HI, HNO3, HBr, H2SO4, HClO4
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