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IM sorry what i meant was their compounds hydrogen peroxide or carbon dioxide or fool's gold.
2HCL 2H2O 3NiBr2 2AlBr3 3Ni 3O2 2Al2O3 CaCl2 CaF2 AgNO3 KCl AgCl KNO3 2NH3 2H2O2 (NH4)2SO4 Ba(NO3)2 BaSO4 2NH4NO3 MgI2 Br2 MgBr SO3 H2SO4 6KCl Zn3(PO4)2 3ZnCl2 2K3PO4
or at least find me a website to find their names

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    Assistance needed.

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    i don't get it what do you mean not science it is please find a website for me

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    SO3 is sulfur trioxide.

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    can you also help me out on the other ones please i don't have a clue on a website

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    http://science.widener.edu/svb/pset/nomen_b.html

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    it only has a few

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    Have you considered I gave you that website not for those compounds, but for the rules? And how to apply the rules?

    You need a tutor, you are missing the entire point of naming compounds. You are looking for the answers, which is about the worse way to learn anything, grazing for answers.

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    Well look were suppose to classyfy chemical equations which is the main point were doing then she wants us to name their name which that part im having a hard time and im not getting a tutor since i get straight A on all my classes

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    Phuong trinh
    Ba(OH)2+(NH4)2SO4 TAO RA CHAT NAO

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