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Naming Polyatomic Ions

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Naming Polyatomic Ions Answer Key

Instructions: Select the name for each polyatomic ion.

1. 
[math]PO_4^(3-[/math] is named
  1. acetate.
  2. phosphate.
  3. perchlorate.
  4. phosphonium.
 
2. 
[math]NO_2^-[/math] is named
  1. nitrite.
  2. nitrate.
  3. cyanide.
  4. ammonium.
3. 
[math]H_3O^+[/math] is named
  1. peroxide.
  2. hydroxide.
  3. hydronium.
  4. ammonium.
 
4. 
[math]HCO_3^-[/math] is named
  1. chlorite.
  2. chlorate.
  3. hydrogen sulfate.
  4. hydrogen carbonate.
5. 
[math]C_2O_4^(2-[/math] is named
  1. oxalate.
  2. peroxide.
  3. hydroxide.
  4. carbonate.
 
6. 
[math]ClO_4^-[/math] is named
  1. chlorite.
  2. chlorate.
  3. perchlorate.
  4. hypochlorite.
7. 
[math]C_2H_3O_2^-[/math] is named
  1. acetate.
  2. oxalate.
  3. hydroxide.
  4. carbonate.
 
8. 
[math]NH_4^+[/math] is named
  1. cyanide.
  2. hydroxide.
  3. hydronium.
  4. ammonium.
9. 
[math]S_2O_3^(2-[/math] is named
  1. sulfite.
  2. sulfate.
  3. thiosulfate.
  4. hydrogen sulfate.
 
10. 
[math]O_2^(2-[/math] is named
  1. oxalate.
  2. peroxide.
  3. hydroxide.
  4. hydronium.
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