A nitride contain the ion N3-, a sulphite contain the ion SO3-, a phosphate contain the ion (PO4)3-.
- acids contain the ion H+- bases contain the ion hydroxyl, (OH)-- bases contain a metal in the molecule- acids contain a nonmetal or an ion in the molecule
All acids contain a hydrogen ion, H+. All bases contain a hydroxide ion, OH-
Acids contain at least one ionizable proton (H+ ion)
Any ion contain atoms and these atoms contain subatomic particles.
A proton, H+ ion.
OH- (hydroxide ion)
almost all but some cell does not contain sodium ion.
An acid contain the ion H+ or (COOH)+ and a base contain the ion (OH)-.
Monoatomic ion: contain only one element; ex.: H+, Cl- Polyatomic ion: contain more than one element; ex.: SO42-
A poliatomic ion contain two or more elements; for example (SO4)2 - contain oxygen and sulfur.
both the hydroxyl ion and the hydronium ion
Yes: A sulfite ion is polyatomic.
Yes it contains the lead (IV) ion.
Acids contain the ion H+ or (-COOH)-. Bases contain the ion OH-. Salts are the products of an acid/base reaction; they contain the cation from the base and the anion from the acid.
All inorganic salts are composed of a metal ion (or an ammonium ion) and an acid radical ion. Table salt for example is composed of a sodium ion and a chlorine ion (the radical ion of hydrochloric acid).Organic salts (called esters) may or may not contain a metal ion. Organic salts that do not contain a metal ion, its role is taken by an alkaloid radical ion.
First of all potassium peroxide is not an ion, it is an ionic compound. However, it does contain a polyatomic ion: the peroxide ion which is O22-
The ammonium ion, NH4+, and the nitrate ion, NO3-.
Yes it is different. Ion contain more protons.
All acids contain at least one hydrogen ion.
examples of acids which do not contain H ion
The SO4 ion.
An acid contain the ion H+.
No , it is a compound with the formula Mg(OH)2 However, it does contain the hydroxide ion (OH-) which is a polyatomic ion