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Set 1 1. Aluminum 2. ammonium 3. Barium 4. Cadmium 5. Calcium 6. Cesium 7. Chromium 3 8. Chromic 9. Cobalt 2 10. Cobaltous 11. Copper 1 12. Cuprous 13. Copper 2 14. Cupric 15. Hydrogen 16. Iron 2 17. Ferrous 18. Iron 3 19. Ferric 20. Lead 2 21. Plumbous 22. Lithium 23. Magnesium 24. Manganese 2 25. Manganous 26. Mercury 1 27. Mercurous 28. Mercury 2 29. Potassium 30. Rubidium 31. Silver 32. Sodium 33. Strontium 34. Tin 2 35. Stannous 36. Zinc 37. Bromide 38. Carbonate 39. Chlorate 40. Chloride 41. Chromate 42. CyanideSet 1 43. Dichromate 44. Dihydrogen Phosphate 45. Fluoride 46. Hydride 47. Hydrogen Carbonate 48. Bicarbonate 49. Hydrogen Phosphate 50. Hydrogen Sulfate 51. Bisulfate 52. Hydroxide 53. Iodide 54. Nitrate 55. Nitride 56. Nitrite 57. Oxide 58. Permanganate 59. Peroxide 60. Phosphate 61. Sulfate 62. Sulfide 63. Sulfite 64. Thiocyanate 65. Lithium (Symbol, protons) 66. Lead (Symbol, protons) 67. Sulfur (Symbol, protons) 68. Oxygen (Symbol, protons) 69. Helium (Symbol, protons) 70. Iodine (Symbol, protons) 71. Aluminum (Symbol, protons) 72. Copper (Symbol, protons) 73. Phosphorous (Symbol, protons) 74. Hydrogen (Symbol, protons) 75. Calcium (Symbol, protons) 76. Chromium (Symbol, protons) 77. Potassium (Symbol, protons) 78. Sodium (Symbol, protons) 79. Argon (Symbol, protons) 80. Xenon (Symbol, protons) 81. Silver (Symbol, protons) 82. Neon (Symbol, protons) 83. Mercury (Symbol, protons) 84. Gold (Symbol, protons)Set 1 Answers 1: 1. Al³⁺ 2. NH₄⁺ 3. Ba²⁺ 4. Cd²⁺ 5. Ca²⁺ 6. Cs⁺ 7. Cr³⁺ 8. Cr³⁺ 9. Co²⁺ 10. Co²⁺ (2nd name) 11. Cu⁺ 12. Cu⁺ (2nd name) 13. Cu²⁺ 14. Cu²⁺ (2nd name) 15. H⁺ 16. Fe²⁺ 17. Fe²⁺ (2nd name) 18. Fe³⁺ 19. Fe³⁺ (2nd name) 20. Pb²⁺ 21. Pb²⁺ (2nd name) 22. Li⁺ 23. Mg²⁺ 24. Mn²⁺ 25. Mn²⁺ (2nd name) 26. Hg₂²⁺ 27. Hg₂²⁺ (2nd name) 28. Hg²⁺ 29. K⁺ 30. Rb⁺ 31. Ag⁺ 32. Na⁺ 33. Sr²⁺ 34. Sn²⁺ 35. Sn²⁺ 36. Zn²⁺ 37. Br⁻ 38. CO₃²⁻ 39. ClO₃⁻ 40. Cl⁻ 41. CrO₄²⁻ 42. CN⁻ 43. Cr₂O₇²⁻ 44. H₂PO₄⁻ 45. F⁻ 46. H⁻ 47. HCO₃⁻ 48. HCO₃⁻ 49. HPO₄²⁻ 50. HSO₄⁻ 51. HSO₄⁻ 52. OH⁻ 53. I⁻ 54. NO₃⁻ 55. N³⁻ 56. NO₂⁻ 57. O²⁻ 58. MnO₄⁻ 59. O₂²⁻ 60. PO₄³⁻ 61. SO₄²⁻ 62. S²⁻ 63. SO₃²⁻ 64. SCN⁻ 65. Li, 3 66. Pb, 82 67. S, 16 68. O, 8 69. He, 2 70. I, 53 71. Al, 13 72. Cu, 29 73. P, 15 74. H, 1 75. Ca, 20 76. Cr, 24 77. K, 19 78. Na, 11 79. Ar, 18 80. Xe, 54 81. Ag, 47 82. Ne, 10 83. Hg, 80 84. Au, 79Set 2 1. Aluminum 2. Aluminum (Symbol, protons) 3. ammonium 4. Argon (Symbol, protons) 5. Barium 6. Bicarbonate 7. Bisulfate 8. Bromide 9. Cadmium 10. Calcium 11. Calcium (Symbol, protons) 12. Carbonate 13. Cesium 14. Chlorate 15. Chloride 16. Chromate 17. Chromic 18. Chromium 3 19. Chromium (Symbol, protons) 20. Cobalt 2 21. Cobaltous 22. Copper 1 23. Copper 2 24. Copper (Symbol, protons) 25. Cupric 26. Cuprous 27. Cyanide 28. Dichromate 29. Dihydrogen Phosphate 30. Ferric 31. Ferrous 32. Fluoride 33. Gold (Symbol, protons) 34. Helium (Symbol, protons) 35. Hydride 36. Hydrogen 37. Hydrogen Carbonate 38. Hydrogen Phosphate 39. Hydrogen (Symbol, protons)Set 2 40. Hydrogen Sulfate 41. Hydroxide 42. Iodide 43. Iodine (Symbol, protons) 44. Iron 2 45. Iron 3 46. Lead ((Symbol, protons)) 47. Lead 2 48. Lithium 49. Lithium (Symbol, protons) 50. Magnesium 51. Manganese 2 52. Manganous 53. Mercurous 54. Mercury 1 55. Mercury 2 56. Mercury (Symbol, protons) 57. Neon (Symbol, protons) 58. Nitrate 59. Nitride 60. Nitrite 61. Oxide 62. Oxygen (Symbol, protons) 63. Permanganate 64. Peroxide 65. Phosphate 66. Phosphorous (Symbol, protons) 67. Plumbous 68. Potassium 69. Potassium (Symbol, protons) 70. Rubidium 71. Silver 72. Silver (Symbol, protons) 73. Sodium 74. Sodium (Symbol, protons) 75. Stannous 76. Strontium 77. Sulfate 78. Sulfide 79. SulfiteSet 2 80. Sulfur (Symbol, protons) 81. Thiocyanate 82. Tin 2 83. Xenon (Symbol, protons) 84. ZincSet 2 Answers:1. Al³⁺ 2. Al, 13 3. NH₄⁺ 4. Ar, 18 5. Ba²⁺ 6. HCO₃⁻ 7. HSO₄⁻ 8. Br⁻ 9. Cd²⁺ 10. Ca²⁺ 11. Ca, 20 12. CO₃²⁻ 13. Cs⁺ 14. ClO₃⁻ 15. Cl⁻ 16. CrO₄²⁻ 17. Cr³⁺ 18. Cr³⁺ 19. Cr, 24 20. Co²⁺ 21. Co²⁺ (2nd name) 22. Cu⁺ 23. Cu²⁺ 24. Cu, 29 25. Cu²⁺ (2nd name) 26. Cu⁺ (2nd name) 27. CN⁻ 28. Cr₂O₇²⁻ 29. H₂PO₄⁻ 30. Fe³⁺ (2nd name) 31. Fe²⁺ (2nd name) 32. F⁻ 33. Au, 79 34. He, 2 35. H⁻ 36. H⁺ 37. HCO₃⁻ 38. HPO₄²⁻ 39. H, 1 40. HSO₄⁻ 41. OH⁻ 42. I⁻ 43. I, 53 44. Fe²⁺ 45. Fe³⁺ 46. Pb, 82 47. Pb²⁺ 48. Li⁺ 49. Li, 3 50. Mg²⁺ 51. Mn²⁺ 52. Mn²⁺ (2nd name) 53. Hg₂²⁺ (2nd name) 54. Hg₂²⁺ 55. Hg²⁺ 56. Hg, 80 57. Ne, 10 58. NO₃⁻ 59. N³⁻ 60. NO₂⁻ 61. O²⁻ 62. O, 8 63. MnO₄⁻ 64. O₂²⁻ 65. PO₄³⁻ 66. P, 15 67. Pb²⁺ (2nd name) 68. K⁺ 69. K, 19 70. Rb⁺ 71. Ag⁺ 72. Ag, 47 73. Na⁺ 74. Na, 11 75. Sn²⁺ 76. Sr²⁺ 77. SO₄²⁻ 78. S²⁻ 79. SO₃²⁻ 80. S, 16 81. SCN⁻ 82. Sn²⁺ 83. Xe, 54 84. Zn²⁺Set 3 1. Cyanide 2. Copper (Symbol, protons) 3. Bisulfate 4. Hydroxide 5. ammonium 6. Barium 7. Cadmium 8. Neon (Symbol, protons) 9. Mercury (Symbol, protons) 10. Calcium 11. Hydrogen 12. Sulfide 13. Iron 2 14. Chromium 3 15. Mercury 2 16. Cobaltous 17. Copper 1 18. Cuprous 19. Copper 2 20. Cupric 21. Hydrogen Carbonate 22. Ferrous 23. Bicarbonate 24. Hydrogen Phosphate 25. Lead 2 26. Plumbous 27. Lithium 28. Manganese 2 29. Cesium 30. Manganous 31. Mercury 1 32. Xenon (Symbol, protons) 33. Potassium 34. Rubidium 35. Chromic 36. Cobalt 2 37. Gold (Symbol, protons) 38. Hydrogen Sulfate 39. Aluminum (Symbol, protons) 40. Lead (Symbol, protons)Set 3 41. Potassium (Symbol, protons) 42. Sodium (Symbol, protons) 43. Stannous 44. Zinc 45. Bromide 46. Carbonate 47. Chloride 48. Aluminum 49. Chromate 50. Magnesium 51. Iron 3 52. Ferric 53. Phosphorous (Symbol, protons) 54. Dichromate 55. Dihydrogen Phosphate 56. Fluoride 57. Hydride 58. Nitrate 59. Calcium (Symbol, protons) 60. Nitrite 61. Oxide 62. Permanganate 63. Silver (Symbol, protons) 64. Chlorate 65. Peroxide 66. Sulfite 67. Thiocyanate 68. Lithium (Symbol, protons) 69. Silver


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