Chemistry Ch 2

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Chemistry Chapter 2
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  1. OH
    hydroxide-
  2. NO3
    nitrate-
  3. NO2
    nitrite-
  4. CHC3OO
    acetate-
  5. HCO3
    hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)-
  6. HSO3
    hydrogen sulfite (bisulfite)-
  7. HSO4
    hydrogen sulfate (bisulfate)-
  8. HCO3
    hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)-
  9. MnO4
    permanganate-
  10. H2PO4
    dihydrogen phosphate-
  11. ClO
    hypochlorite-
  12. ClO2
    chlorite-
  13. ClO4
    perchlorate-
  14. ClO3
    chlorate-
  15. CN
    cyanide-
  16. NH2
    amide-
  17. N3
    azide-
  18. O
    oxide2-
  19. Cl
    chloride-
  20. SO3
    sulfite2-
  21. SO4
    sulfate2-
  22. CO3
    carbonate2-
  23. HPO4
    hydrogen phosphate2-
  24. Cr2O7
    dichromate2-
  25. CrO4
    chromate2-
  26. C2O4
    oxalate2-
  27. S
    sulfide2-
  28. NH2
    amide-
  29. PO4
    phosphate3-
  30. P
    phosphide3-
  31. N
    nitride3-
  32. NH4
    ammonium+
  33. Na
    sodium+
  34. H
    hydride-
  35. Bi
    bismuth3+
  36. mono-
    prefix- 1
  37. di-
    prefix- 2
  38. tri-
    prefix- 3
  39. tetra-
    prefix- 4
  40. penta-
    prefix- 5
  41. hexa-
    prefix- 6
  42. hepta-
    prefix- 7
  43. octa-
    prefix- 8
  44. nona-
    prefix- 9
  45. deca-
    prefix- 10
  46. Law of Conservation of Mass
    atoms can only rearrange in chemical reactions, so the mass of a product is the same as the mass of reagents
  47. Law of Constant Composition
    a given compound is formed by combining specific number of atoms of two or more elements
  48. Law of Multiple Proportions
    two elements may form more than one compound by combining different number of atoms

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