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Give the name for each of the following:

(a) SiF4----Silicon tetraflouride
(b) CuBr2---Copper dibromide
(c) MgCO3---Magnesium Carbonate
(d) NH4NO3----Ammonium Nitrate

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    Some might complain that b should be called copper(II) bromide (and no one will argue with that name) but I would give you credit for the copper dibromide answer. In other words, all will accept copper(II) bromide while some (perhaps even most) will accept copper dibromide.

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