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73 Cards in this Set

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Al
Aluminum
Ba
Barium
Br
Bromine
Ca
Calcium
C
Carbon
Cl
Chlorine
Co
Cobalt
Cu
Copper
F
Fluorine
Au
Gold
He
Helium
H
Hydrogen
I
Iodine
Fe
Iron
Pb
Lead
Mg
Magnesium
Mn
Manganese
Hg
Mercury
Ne
Neon
Ni
Nickel
N
Nitrogen
O
Oxygen
P
Phosphorus
K
Potassium
Si
Silicon
Ag
Silver
Na
Sodium
S
Sulfur
Sn
Tin
Zn
Zinc
Charge on Group IA
1+
Charge on Group IIA
2+
Charge on IIIA
3+
Charge on Group IVA
2+
Charge(s) on Tl (Group IIIA)
+, 3+
Charge on Bi (Group VA)
3+
Charge on Group VA (Na)
3-
Charge on Group VI A
2-
Charge on Group VII A
-
Polyatomic Ion: Mercury (I) or Mercurous
Hg2 (2+)
Polyatomic Ion: Ammonium
NH4 (+)
Polyatomic Ion: Cyanide
CN (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Carbonate
CO3 (2-)
Polyatomic Ion: Hydrogen Carbonate (bicarbonate)
HCO3 (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Acetate
C2H3O2 (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Nitrite
NO2 (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Nitrate
NO3 (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Hydroxide
OH (-)
Polyatomic Ion: Peroxide
O2 (2-)
Polyatomic Ion: Phosphate
PO4 (3-)
Polyatomic Ion: Monohydrogen Phosphate
HPO4 (2-)
Polyatomic Ion: Sulfite
SO3 (2-)
Polyatomic Ion: Sulfate
SO4 (2-)
Prefix: 1
Mono-
Prefix: 2
Di-
Suffix for relatively fewer oxygen in Polyatomic Ions
-ite
Suffix for relatively more oxygen in polyatomic ions
-ate
Ions with -ite become what acid suffix?
-ous acids
Ions with -ate become what acid suffix?
-ic acids
Prefix: 3
Tri-
Prefix: 4
Tetra-
Prefix: 5
Penta-
Prefix: 6
Hexa-
Prefix: 7
Hepta-
Prefix: 8
Octa-
Prefix: 9
Nona-
Prefix: 10
Deca-
Acid of Carbonate Ion, CO3 (2-) is what acid?
H2CO3, Carbonic Acid
Acid of Nitrite, NO2 (-) is what acid?
HNO2, Nitrous Acid
Acid of Nitrate, NO3 (-) is what acid?
HNO3, Nitric Acid
Phosphate Ion, PO4 (3-) is what acid?
H3PO4, Phosphoric Acid
Sulfite Ion, SO3 (2-) becomes what acid?
H2SO3, Sulfurous acid
Sulfate ion, SO4 (2-) bcomes what acid?
H2SO4, Sulfuric Acid