Common ions +1-4 and -1-3

Lithium ion
Li +1
Sodium ion
Na +1
Cesium ion
Cs +1
Hydrogen ion
H +1
Rubidium ion
Rb +1
Silver ion
Ag +1
Copper (I) ion
Cu +1 ;Roman numeral indicates the charge of this multiple oxidation number ion
Potassium ion
K +1
Ammonium ion
NH4 +1 ;Only positive polyatomic ion
Mercury (I) ion
Hg +1
Chloride
Cl -1
Fluoride
F -1
Bromide
Br -1
Iodide
I -1
Hydride
H -1
Permanganate
MnO4 -1
Perchlorate
ClO4 -1
Chlorate
ClO3 -1
Chlorite
ClO2 -1
Hypochlorite
ClO -1
Bromate
BrO3 -1
Iodate
IO3 -1
Cyanide
CN -1
Hydroxide
OH -1
Acetate
C2H3O2 -1
Nitrate
NO3 -1
Nitrite
NO2 -1
Bicarbonate or Hydrogen Carbonate
HCO3 -1
Bisulfate or Hydrogen Sulfate
HSO4 -1
Bisulfite or Hydrogen Sulfite
HSO3 -1
Sr +2
Strontium ion

O2 -2

Peroxide
Co +2
Cobalt (II) ion
SeO4 -2
Selenate
Cu +2
Copper (II) ion

C2O4 -2

Oxalate
Fe +2
Iron (II) ion
SiF6 -2
Hexafluorosilicate

Zn +2

Zinc ion

C4H4O6 -2

Tartrate
Ca +2
Calcium ion
CO3 -2
Carbonate

Hg2 +2

Mercury (II) ion
SO4 -2
Sulfate
Pb +2
Lead (II) ion
SO3 -2
Sulfite

Cd +2

Cadmium ion
CrO4 -2
Chromate
Mn +2
Manganese (II) ion
CrO7 -2

Dichromate

Ni +2
Nickel (II) ion
S -2
Sulfide
Ba +2
Barium ion
O -2
Oxide
Sn +2

Tin (II) ion

SiO3 -2
Silicate
Se -2
Selenide
TERM
DEFINITION
Bismuth (III) ion
Bi+3
Aluminum ion
Al+3
Cerium (III) ion
Ce+3

Iron (III) ion

Fe+3

Used to be referred to as Ferric ion.

AsO4-3
Arsenate
PO4-3
Phosphate
PO3-3
Phosphate
BO3-3
Borate
N-3
Nitride

P-3

Phosphide
Tin (IV) ion

Sn+4

This ion is named according to the Stock system of naming using Roman numerals after the element name to indicate the charge out of more than one possible.

This ion used to be named in the classical system by adding -ic to the latin name, hence, Stannic ion.  Sn+2 would have been named Stannous ion

Pb+4
Lead (IV) ion
Silicon (IV) ion
Si+4
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