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The hydrogen carbonate ion is formed when an H+ ion combines with the polyatomic ion CO32-. What is the net charge on the hydrogen carbonate ion?
A. 2-
B. 1-
C. 1+
D. 2+

A

  • chemistry -

    ok thinking nor A but B

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    B is right.

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