Chemistry-Polyatomic Ions-Prefixes, Suffixes, and Bases Flashcards Preview

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per-/-ate

one more oxygen than in the -ate anion

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-ate

base formula for an anion of an acid

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-ite

one less oxygen than in the -ate anion

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hypo-/-ite

two less oxygen than in the -ate anion

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-ide

no oxygen (the basic anion)

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bor

base for Boron ions

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carbon

base for Carbon ions

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chlor

base for Chlorine ions

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chrom

base for Chromium ions

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cyan

base for Carbon/Nitrogen ions

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thio-

prefix for Sulfur

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brom

base for Bromine ions

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Arsen

base for Arsenic ions

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nitr

base for Nitrogen ions

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mangan-

base for Manganese ions

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phosph

base for Phosphorus ions

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bi-

prefix for adding a Hydrogen to a negative ion (in most cases)

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di-

prefix for two of the base element

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silic

base for Silicon ions

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sulf-

base for Sulfur ions

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How many oxygens are in borate?

3

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How many oxygens are in carbonate?

3

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How many oxygens are in Chlorate?

3

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How many oxygens are in Chromate?

4

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How many oxygens are in cyanate

1

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How many oxygens are in nitrate?

3

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How many oxygens are in phosphate?

4

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How many oxygens are in silicate?

3

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How many oxygens are in sulfate?

4

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How many oxygens are in thiosulfate

3