Sunday, 25 March 2012

Periodic Table with Charges and List of Common Polyatomic Ions







An ion is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving the atom a net positive or negative electrical charge. A polyatomic ion, known as a molecular ion, is a charged species (ion) which are composed of two or more atoms that covalently bonded or of a metal complex that can be considered to be acting as a single unit in the context of acid and base chemistry or in the formation of salts that consists own variable chares that introduce  in particular manner that can establishment with an polyatomic ion charges conjugate acid is a acid member with this HX of their two components that can be transform with their components that are gain or loss that can be very different equal states the base produced, X, is called the conjugate base.
The following are Polyatomic Ion that can be charge as +1,-1,-2 and -3.

Polyatomic Ion Charge = +1
ammonium - NH4+
 Polyatomic Ion Charge = -1

 
acetate - C2H3O2- 
bicarbonate (or hydrogen carbonate) - HCO3-
bisulfate (or hydrogen sulfate) - HSO4-
chlorate - ClO3-
chlorite - ClO2-
cyanate - OCN-
cyanide - CN-
dihydrogen phosphate - H2PO4-
hydroxide - OH-
nitrate - NO3-
nitrite - NO2-
perchlorate - ClO4-
permanganate - MnO4-
thiocyanate - SCN-



 Polyatomic Ion Charge = -2


carbonate - CO32-
chromate - CrO42-
dichromate - Cr2O72-
hydrogen phosphate - HPO42-
peroxide - O22-
sulfate - SO42-
sulfite - SO32-
thiosulfate - S2O32-


Polyatomic Ion Charge = -3


 borate - BO33-
phosphate - PO43-



see also....

Chemistry Periodic Table            Periodic Table With Names    Periodic Table With Charges

Periodic Table With Names And Elements      What Is Periodic Table

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  1. Periodic table of charges and polyatomic charges are defined in higher order of charges levels..

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