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A review of twelve common polyatomic ions.

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- 1.Type the formula for sulfate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 2.Type the formula for phosphate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 3.Type the formula for ammonium. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 4.Type the formula for cyanide. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 5.Type the formula for hydroxide. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 6.Type the formula for chlorate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 7.Type the formula for chromate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 8.Type the formula for bisulfate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 9.Type the formula for bicarbonate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 10.Type the formula for carbonate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 11.Type the formula for acetate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).
- 12.Type the formula for nitrate. (Capitalize when required, type the number next to each element and type a space followed by the charge. Ex. H3O 1+ is the hydronium ion).