chemistry

write the formula for and indicate the charge on each of the following ions: a) sodium ion
b) aluminum ion
c) chloride ion
d) nitride ion e
e)iron (II) ion
f) iron (III) ion

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  1. a) Na +1
    b) Al +3
    c) Cl -1
    d) N -3
    e) Fe +2
    f) Fe +3

    that's what you meant i think

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