chemistry- proofread n help

wrote the names for the following compounds
Li3N i puit Lithium Nitride
FeS i put ion Sulfide
KCI i put Potassium Chloride
CoSO4 i put Cobalt Sulfide
SrBr2 i put Strotium bromide
NCI3 i put Nitrogen trichloride
Ga2O3 i put Galium Trioxide
and H3PO3 i put Phosporus acid

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  1. all of the are correct except for
    CoSO4 is cobalt sulfate (SO4 is a Polyatomic ion

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  2. Li3N i puit Lithium Nitride OK
    FeS i put ion Sulfide iron(II) sulfide
    KCI i put Potassium Chloride OK if you intend KCl
    CoSO4 i put Cobalt Sulfide cobalt(II) sulfate
    SrBr2 i put Strotium bromide OK
    NCI3 i put Nitrogen trichlorideOK if you intend this to be NCl3. That is not a small i as in eye. It is a lower case l (as in ell)
    Ga2O3 i put Galium Trioxide I think most profs would count that correct but digallium trioxide would be better
    and H3PO3 i put Phosporus acid No, this is phosphoric acid

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