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  1. Ok thank you so the correct name is silber hydrogendithionite.
  2. Ok thank you. So I do not have to change the suffix to -ide (because anion) --> silver hydrogendithionide ?
  3. I would like to name the following compound. I know: cation: silver(I) anion: hydrogendithionite I´m not sure but I would correlate the cation and the anion, so silver(I) hydrogendithionite. Can I do this?
  4. hello, i have an experiment and i want to have the equations but i not sure if i´m right. The Experiment is: you have to give copper(II) sulfate into a test tube and add some drops of dilute ammonium hydroxide until the gelatinous light blue precipitate of copper(II) hydroxide dissolve. Observe the deep blue colour of the resulting solution, caused by the formation of tetraamminecopper(II) ion. Add the same volume of ethanol to the solution to precipitate tetraamminecopper(II) sulfate. The first equation is: 2CuSO4+2(NH3*H2O)=[Cu2(OH)2]SO4+(NH4)2SO4 what is the second
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