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ammonium
NH4 +
Acetate
CH3CO2 -
cyanide
CN -
dihydrogen phosphate
H2PO4 -
hydroxide
OH -
Nitrite
NO2 -
Chromate
CrO4 2-
Peroxide
O2 2-
Sulfate
SO4 2-
phosphate
PO4 3-
hypoclorite
CLO -
hydrogen carbonate
HCO3 -
dicrhromate
Cr2O7 2-
Nitrate
NO3 -
Chlorate
CLO3 -
hydrogen sulfate
HSO4 -
permanganate
MnO4 -
sulfite
SO3 2-
hydrogen phosphate
HPO4 2-
thiosulfate
S2O3 2-
Chlorite
CLO2 -
carbonate
CO3 2-
perchlorate
CLO4 -
nitrous acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HNO2

NO2-
nitric acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HNO3

NO3-
phosphoric acid (what is the anion, with charge)
H3PO4

PO4 3-
sulfurous acid (what is the anion, with charge)
H2SO3

SO3 2-
sulfuric acid
H2SO4

SO4 2-
hypoclorous acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HClO

CLO-
Chlorous acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HClO2

CLO2-
chloric acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HClO3

ClO3-
perchloric acid (what is the anion, with charge)
HClO4

ClO4-
At= ?
astatine
Rn= ?
radon
mole
amount of substance that contains as many moles as 12 g of carbon 12 isotope
molecular mass vs formula mass
average masss of a substance's molecules

sum of mass of all atoms present in substance
how to find L.R.
divide each # of moles by its respective coefficent
extensive property
properties that depend on amount of substnce
intensive properties
properties that do not depend on amount of subtstance
to solve for number of moles of cations or anions in a compound
number of moles of subtstance (# moles of cation or anion/1 mol)