What Is the Formula for Sulfate Ion?

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Sulfate ion is a Polyatomic ion. The formula for sulfate ion is SO42-; and the formula for hydrogen sulfate ion (bisulfate ion) is HCO3-.
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l SO4 2-
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The sulfate ion formula is SO4^2-, and has a -2 charge. What else can we help
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sodium : Na+ sulfate ion: SO2−4.
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I'm not 100% sure but potassium bromide is only need one negative bromide ion therefore since potassium is positive one I'm guessing bromide is negative one. The Bomide ion is Br.
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On a sulfate ion, the charge is -2. Most generally, it is written as (SO4)^2- with the superscript 2 being the negative ion charge. ...
The Lewis dot structure for a sulfate ion would look like this: SO42-. Lewis dot structures show bonds between an atom and the molecules. Electrons may exist within ...
The formula for hydrogen sulfate is HSO4. Hydrogen sulfate is a colorless gas that has odor that smells like rotten-egg. HSO4 in the air is produced by the breaking ...
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