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lead (IV) hydroxide- ionic
cation= +4
anion= -1
chemical formula= Pb(OH)4

Magnesium phosphate-ionic
cation= +2
anion= -2
chemical formula= MgPO4

is ammonium sulfate molecular or ionic?

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