Common Ions – Chemistry Accl 2009

Copper (I) (cuprous)
Cu+
Copper (II) (cupric)
Cu2+
Iron (II) (ferrous)
Fe2+
Iron (III) (ferric)
Fe3+
Tin (II)
Sn2+
Tin (IV)
Sn4+
chromium (II)
Cr2+
chromium (III)
Cr3+
nitride
N3-
mercury (I)
Hg22+
mercury (II)
Hg2+
lead (II)
Pb2+
lead (IV)
Pb4+
nitrate
NO3
nitrite
NO2
chromate
CrO42-
dichromate
Cr2O72-
cyanide
CN
permanganate
MnO4
hydroxide
OH
peroxide
O22-
carbonate
CO32-
sulfate
SO42-
sulfite
SO32-
phosphate
PO43-
phosphite
PO33-
perchlorate
ClO4
chlorate
ClO3
chlorite
ClO2
hypochlorite
ClO
hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)
HCO3
hydrogen phosphate
HPO42-
acetate
C2H3O2
ammonium
NH4+
oxide
O2-
Silver ion
Ag+
Properties of Metals

 

 

luster: high

malleability: high

conductivity: high

melting point: variable

properties of ionic compounds

 

luster: variable

malleability: low

conductivity: only when liquid

melting point: high

properties of covalent compounds

luster: low

malleability: low

conductivity: none

melting point: low

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