Chemistry- Naming Compounds

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And Molybdenum (VI) Phosphate

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  • Chemistry- Naming Compounds -

    Remember that binary compounds (two elements) have the ide ending; e.g., sodium chloride, barium bromide, potassium sulfide, etc. So I would call this one molybdenum phosphide.
    The Sb compound is antimony(V) chromate.
    The formula for molybdenum(VI) phosphate is Mo(PO4)3.

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