Transitional Metals that form more than one positive ion

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Transitional Metals that form more than one positive ion
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Be able to name the charges of transitional metals as well as name the metal with roman numerals when charges are given. Be able name the exceptions as well.
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  1. Give the two charges formed from lead
    • Pb2+
    • Pb4+
  2. Give the two charges formed from manganese
    • Mn2+
    • Mn3+
  3. Give the two charges formed from mercury
    • Hg22+
    • Hg2+

    Note: Hg22+ or mercury(I) is a pair of mercury(I) ions each with a charge of 1+
  4. Give the two charges formed from nickel
    • Ni2+
    • Ni3+
  5. Give the two charges formed from tin
    • Sn2+
    • Sn4+
  6. Name the ions (use roman numerals) with the charges of Cr2+ and Cr3+
    • Chromium(II)
    • Chromium(III)
  7. Name the ions (use roman numerals) with the charges of Co2+ and Co3+
    • Cobalt(II)
    • Cobalt(III)
  8. Name the ions (use roman numerals) with the charges of Cu+ and Cu2+
    • Copper(I)
    • Copper(II)
  9. Name the ions (use roman numerals) with the charges of Au+ and Au3+
    • Gold(I)
    • Gold(III)
  10. Name the ions (use roman numerals) with the charges of Fe2+ and Fe3+
    • Iron(II)
    • Iron(III)
  11. What are the three exceptions of the transitional metals that form only 1 ion?
    • Zinc—Zn2+
    • Silver—Ag+
    • Cadmium—Cd2+
  12. Why do the three exceptions not require roman numerals?
    Because they only form one ion

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