anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the charge of a sulfide ion ?
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maddisonGruby
  • maddisonGruby
sulfide is S^2-
anonymous
  • anonymous
Charge of an ion depends upon the number of valence electrons it requires to achieve an octet. Sulphide has received 2 electrons to complete its valence shell. Thus, the charge of a sulphide ion will be 2- ... A trick can be used to identify the charge... Generally, if the suffix of the ion is -ide, its charge will be 2- If the suffix is -ite, its charge will be 3- Hope this helps...

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