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Name each of the following ionic compounds or binary molecules.

a. SF2---Sulfur difluoride
b. MgF2---Magnesium fluoride
c. SnCl2----Tin (II) Chloride
d. PF5-----Phosphorus Pentafluoride
e. NO2-----Nitrogen Dioxide
f. SnO2-----Tin (II) Oxide

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    f is tin(IV) oxide

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