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The calcium ion carries a charge of 2+. The nitrate ion (NO3-) carries a charge of 1-. Which of the following is the correct formula for calcium nitrate?
A. CaN2
B. CaNi
C. CaNO3
D. Ca(NO3)2
C

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    I change my answer to D

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    D is right.

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