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Posted by Stephanie on Friday, January 27, 2012 at 12:06am.

The most abundant cation in seawater is the sodium ion. The evaporation of seawater gives a mixture of ionic compounds containing sodium combined with chloride, sulfate, carbonate, bicarbonate, bromide, fluoride, and tetrahydroxybrate. [tetrahydroxyborate=B(OH)-4] Write the chemical formulas of all these compounds.

sodium chloride-

sodium sulfate-

sodium carbonate-

sodium bicarbonate-

sodium bromide-

sodium fluoride-

sodium tetrahydroxyborate-

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