Ion formulas

Ammonium
NH4+
copper(I), cuprous
Cu+
gold(I), aurous
Au+
mercury(I), mercurous
Hg2+2
silver
Ag+
chromimum(II), chromous
Cr+2
cobalt(II) cobaltous
Co+2
copper(II) cupuric
Cu+2
iron(II) ferrous
Fe+2
lead(II) plumbous
Pb+2
manganese(II) manganous
Mn+2
mercury(II) mercuric
Hg+2
nickel(II) nickelous
Ni+2
tin(II) sannous
Sn+2
zinc
Zn+2
chromium(III) chromic
Cr+3
cobalt(III) cobaltic
Co+3
gold(III) auric
Au+3
iron(III) ferric
Fe+3
lead(IV) plumbic
Pb+4
manganese(III) manganic
Mn+4
Manganese(IV)
Mn+4
nickel(III) nickelic
Ni+3
tin(IV) stannic
Sn+4
Acetate
CH3CO2
Bromate
BrO3
Bromite
BrO2
Chlorate
ClO3
Chlorite
ClO2
Cyanide
CN
Dihydrogen phosphate
H2PO4

Hydrogen Carbonate

Bicarbonate

HCO3

hydrogen sulfate

Bisulfate

HSO4

hydrogen sulfide

bisulfide

HS
hydroxide
OH
hypobromite
BrO
hypochlorite
ClO
hypoiodite
IO
iodate
IO3
iodite
IO2
nitrate
NO3
nitrite
NO2
perbromate
BrO4
perchlorate
ClO4
periodate
IO4
permanganate
MnO4
thiocyanate
SCN
carbonate
CO3-2
chromate
CrO4-2
dichromate
Cr2O7-2
hydrogen phosphate
HPO4-2
peroxide
O2-2
silicate
SiO3-2
sulfate
SO4-2
sulfite
SO3-2
thiosulfate
S2O3-2
arsenate
AsO4-3
arsenite
AsO3-3
borate
BO3-3
hypophosphite
PO2-3
phosphate
PO4-3
phosphite
PO3-3
acetic
CH3CO2H
boric
H3BO3
bromous
HBrO3
chloric
HClO3
chlorous
HClO2
hydrobromic
HBr
hydrochloric
HCl
hydrocyanic
HCN
hydrofluoric
HF
hydroiodic
HI
hypobromous
HBrO
hypochlorous
HClO
hypoiodous
HIO
nitric
HNO3
hypophosphorous
H3PO2
iodic
HIO3
iodous
HIO2
nitrous
HNO2
oxalic
H2C2O4
Perbromic
HBrO4
perchloric
HClO4
periodic
HIO4
phosphoric
H3PO4
phosphorous
H3PO3
sulfuric
H2SO4
sulfurous
H2SO3
1
mono
2
di
3
tri
4
tetra
5
penta
6
hexa
7
hepta
8
octa
9
nona
10
deca
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