Polyatomic Ions?

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Polyatomic ion refers to electrically charges collection composed of two or more atoms. The prefix 'poly' in Greek means 'many' but even ions of two atoms are referred to as polyatomic and sometimes they are referred to as radical group.
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A polyatomic ion, also known as a molecular ion, is a charged ion with two or more atoms bonded, that can be considered as acting as a single unit in the context of acid and base chemistry, or in the formation of salts.
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Polyatomic ions are electrically charged collections of two or more atoms. Most common inorganic polyatomic ions have negative charges.
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1. Work with the ions as much as possible. The more the ions become part of your daily life, the easier they will be to memorize. Read ahead in your lab book, and ask your TA how
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The polyatomic ion for Ammonium is NH. 4.
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1 An oxyanion consists of a non-oxygen element and oxygen bonded covalently in some proportion. Since most elements form some type of oxyanion, start by memorizing the most common
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