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Ammonium Chloride : NH4Cl
Nitrogen Dioxide : NO2
Hydroiodice Acid : HI
Stannous Iodide : SnI2
Perchloric Acid : HClO4
Sulfur Trioxide : SO3
Chromium (III) Oxide : Cr2O3

Nitric Acid : HNO3
Diphosphorous Pentoxide: P205
Mercurous Chloride : Hg2Cl2
Diphosphorous Trioxide : PsO3
Barium Permanganate : Ba(MnO4)2
Carbon Tetrahydride : CH4

Potassium Nitrate : KNO3
Sodium Hydride : NaH
Sulfurous Acid: H2SO3
Scandium (III) Hydroxide : ScOH3
Sulfur Hexachloride : SCl6
Periodic Acid : HIO4
Hypochlorous Acid : HClO

Carbon Monoxide : CO
Dihydrogen Monoxide : H20
Cesium Carbonate : CsCO3
Ferric Perchlorate : Fe(ClO4)3
Radium Nitrate : Ra(NO3)2

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    Ammonium Chloride : NH4Cl
    Nitrogen Dioxide : NO2
    Hydroiodice Acid : HI hydroiodic acid
    Stannous Iodide : SnI2
    Perchloric Acid : HClO4
    Sulfur Trioxide : SO3
    Chromium (III) Oxide : Cr2O3

    Nitric Acid : HNO3
    Diphosphorous Pentoxide: P205
    spelling--diphosphorus pentoxide
    Mercurous Chloride : Hg2Cl2
    Diphosphorous Trioxide : PsO3
    spelling & formula--diphosphorus trioxide: P2O3
    Barium Permanganate : Ba(MnO4)2
    Carbon Tetrahydride : CH4
    common name is methane

    Potassium Nitrate : KNO3
    Sodium Hydride : NaH
    Sulfurous Acid: H2SO3
    Scandium (III) Hydroxide : ScOH3
    Sc(OH)3. Sc is +3 and OH is -1; the parentheses must be around the entire OH to show that it is 3O and 3H.
    Sulfur Hexachloride : SCl6
    Periodic Acid : HIO4
    Hypochlorous Acid : HClO

    Carbon Monoxide : CO
    Dihydrogen Monoxide : H20
    common name is water
    Cesium Carbonate : CsCO3
    formula is Cs2CO3
    Ferric Perchlorate : Fe(ClO4)3
    Radium Nitrate : Ra(NO3)2

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