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Posted by Pat on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 8:19am.

The most common ion dissolved in river water is chloride, carbonate, sodium, phosphate, or nitrate. I think the answer is sodium chloride but the answer has these two separated. Is the answer just sodium?

No, the answer is not sodium.

The answer is chloride ion. Later on in chemistry, you will learn why the ions are separated.

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