ionic charges 2 of 2

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ionic charges 2 of 2
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  1. Zn
    • +2
    • Zinc
    • transition metal
  2. Se
    • +2,+4,+6
    • Selenium
    • nonmetal
  3. Br
    • +1,-1,+5
    • Bromine
    • halogen
  4. Kr
    • 0
    • Krypton
    • noble gas
  5. Sr
    • +2
    • strontium
    • alkaline earth metal
  6. Ag
    • +1
    • Silver
    • Ag is for Argentum is latin for Silver
    • transition metal
  7. Cd
    • +2
    • Cadium
    • transition metal
  8. Sn
    • +2,+4
    • tin
    • Sn is stannium describing the low melting point of tin.
    • post transition metaloid
  9. Sb
    • -3,+3,+5
    • antimony
    • Sb is for stibnite, which is the ore where antimony is found
    • metaloid
  10. Te
    • -2,+4,+6
    • tellurium
    • metaloid
  11. I
    • -1,+1,+5,+7
    • iodine
    • halogen
  12. Xe
    • 0
    • Xenon
    • noble gas
  13. Cs
    • +1
    • Cesium
    • alkali metal
  14. Ba
    • +2
    • barium
    • alkaline earth metal
  15. Au
    • +1,+3,
    • Gold
    • Aurum is latin for gold
    • transition metal
  16. Pb
    • +2,+4
    • lead
    • Plumbum is latin for lead (where plumber and pluming comes from) pluming use to be made of lead.
    • post transition metal
  17. Hg
    • +1,+2,
    • Mercury
    • Hydragyrum means liquid silver… another name for mercury is quicksilver, which means living silver
    • transition metal
  18. Rn
    • 0
    • radon
    • noble gas
  19. Ra
    • +2
    • radium
    • alkaline earth metal
  20. U
    • +3,+4,+5,+6
    • uranium
    • actinides

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