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Cl
Chloride
Chloride
HF
= Hydroflouric acid
HBr = Hydrobromic acid
HI
= Hydroiodic acid
HCl
Hydro-chlor-ic
acid
ClO4
–
Perchlorate
Perchlorate
HClO4
Perchlor-ic
acid
ClO3
Chlorate
Chlorate
HClO3
Chlor-ic
acid
ClO2
Chlorite
Chlorite
HClO2
Chlor-ous
acid
ClO
Hypochlorite
Hypochlorite
HClO
Hypo-chlor-ous
acid
NO3
Nitrate
HNO3
Nitric
acid
NO2
Nitrite
HNO2
Nitrous
acid
2SO4
Sulfate
H2SO4
Sulfuric
acid
2SO3
Sulfite
H2SO3
Sulfurous
acid
3PO4
Phosphate
H3PO4
Phosphoric
acid
3PO3
Phosphite
H3PO3
Phosphorous
acid
2CO3
Carbonate
H2CO3
Carbonic
acid
2CrO4
Chromate
H2CrO4
Chromic
acid
2Cr2O7
Dichromate
H2Cr2O7
Dichromic
acid
MnO4
Permanganate
HMnO4
Permanganic
acid
SCN
Thiocyanate
HSCN
Thiocyanic
acid
Treated like a Standard Ion
CN
Cyanide
HCN
Hydrocyanic
acid
C2H3O2
Acetate
C2H4O2
Acetic
acid
CH3COOH
OH
LiOH = Lithium hydroxide
Hydroxide
KOH = Potassium hydroxide
RbOH = Rubidium hydroxide
CsOH = Cesium hydroxide
NaOH
Sodium
Ca(OH)2 = Calcium hydroxide
hydroxide
NH2
Amide
NH3
Ammonia
+
NH4
Ammonium
Completely
dissociate
Group I and II
Hydroxylated
Cation
+ OHLiOH, etc.
Mg(OH)2, etc.
Completely
dissociate
Strongly EN anions
Protonated
H+
+ Anion
HCl, HBr, HI
HClO4, HNO3, H2SO4
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