Writing the Formulas of Ternary Ionic Compounds. By: Nick Cox, Cady Conrad and Zoë Greening. A Ternary compound is one that has three or more elements involved in the compound.
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Writing the Formulas of Ternary Ionic Compounds
By: Nick Cox, Cady Conrad and Zoë Greening
The symbol for Iron is Fe and the symbol for Carbonate which is a polyatomic ion is CO3
The valence for Iron III is +3 and the valence for Carbonate is -2
x - 2 = 0
x = 2
Write the formulas for the following:
Name the following: