Binary Ionic Compounds. Binary ionic compounds are made up of only two elements. The positive ion, or cation, is an ion consisting of only one atom. The name of this ion is the same as the name of the element. e.g. K + is a potassium ion; Mg 2+ is a magnesium ion.
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