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Common Ion names & charges

When we were learning how to name chemical compounds we needed to have a table like this to remember the charges of certain elements so we would name them properly

TOPIC 2 -> naming compounds = rule 1 - 2 different elements combine = "something-ide" e. sodium + chlorine = sodium chloride - rule 2 = different elements combine including oxygen = "something-ate" e.

Chemistry Formula Sheet | Polyatomic Ions Chart

Names of Polyatomic Ions. Fairly compact but somewhat useful table. Why the Latin roots for iron (ferrum), for example, are listed but not provided in their useful form (ferrous and ferric, stannous and stannic) is a mystery.

Chemistry Science Lessons - Interactive Science Teacher - Hands-on, effective science lessons

This photo displays the differences between an isotope and an ion. An isotope has a different number of neutrons and protons, whereas an ion has a different number of electrons and protons.