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By Hope4flower | Last updated: Jan 15, 2013
| Total Attempts: 326
This is a practice quiz for writing formulas for polyatomic and monatomic ions, include correct charges. Don't worry about using subscript or superscript. Instead use ^ for superscript. For example, for CO32-, just type CO3^2-.
PAY ATTENTION TO THESE DIRECTIONS. For subscripts it shall be put into parentheses. And the superscript will be put in brackets. You will be asked both to identify the Ions and also identify what it is as well.For example:...
Questions: 30 | Attempts: 73 | Last updated: Dec 13, 2012
Naming the valences, classical name, and IUPAC name of the elements iron, copper, tin, lead, mercury, and hydrogen.
Naming the formula for the polyatomic ions sulfate, carbonate, nitrate, chlorate, phosphate, hydroxide, and...
Questions: 13 | Attempts: 74 | Last updated: Feb 14, 2013
When we look at the scientific field of chemistry, there is arguably no more important topic that the atom. Once you start studying it, however, the subject matter can seem tough to come to grips with. Today, we aim to help...