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3. In which of the following are the symbol and name for the ion given correctly? (1 point) NH4+: ammonia; H+: hydride C2H3O2–: acetate; C2O4–: oxalite OH–: hydroxide; O2–: oxide PO33–: phosphate; PO43–: phosphite

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    Kymy Its probably the hydroxide/oxide

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    A: NH4+ is ammonium (not ammonia, which is NH3) H+ is a hydron (not hydride, which is H-) B: acetate is correct did you mean oxalate? Oxalate is C2O4 2- C: hydroxide is correct oxide is correct D: Phosphate is PO4 3- Phosphite is HPO3 2-

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