SO4 has a charge of -2. so it's SO4-2
The charge on SO4, sulfate, is 2-
A charged atom is an ion: cation (positive electrical charge) or anion (negative electrical charge). Cations: H+, Na+, Ca2+ Anions: OH-, (SO4)2-, (NO3)-
Ammonium sulfate (NH4)SO4 is a chemical compound and has no electrical charge. It is however made up of ions NH4+ and SO42-
The charge of the sulfate ion SO4 is -2. Sulfate (SO4^2-) is a polyatomic anion used in many salts, acid derivatives, and peroxides.
SO4 with a charge of negative 2
Ca with a 2+ charge and SO4 with a 2- charge.
SO4 which has a charge of -2.
The formula for sulfate is SO4, and has a net charge of -2. Boron has a charge of +3, so the formula for boron sulfate is B2(SO4)3.
No, sulfate has a negative charge of 2. The formula for sulfate is SO4 2- where "-2" is the charge.
What is the charge on the iron ion in FE2(SO4)3
The electrical charge is -4.
It is Zinc Sulfate. Where Zn has 2+ charge and Sulfate (SO4) has 2- charge so overall charge is 0.
+2. As it must balance the -2 charge of the Sulphate (SO4)
The species in question is the sulfate ion, which has a 2- charge. It is thus properly written as SO42-
SO4 with a minus 2 charge(-2)
Sulfate is SO4 with a -2 charge.
SO4 -----> 2- (negative 2)
The electrical charge is not a particle.
The electrical charge of aluminum is +3.
A neutron doesn't have an electrical charge; its electric charge is zero.
SO4 with a -2 charge forms ionic bonds as it does have a formal charge (sulfate ion). However in order to make the ion the sulfur and oxygen atoms are held together with covalent bonds.
there is no charge. NH4 has a plus one charge and sulfate (SO4) has a minus two charge. since there is two NH4 the charges balance out
Protons have an electrical charge of +1. Neutrons have an electrical charge of 0. Electrons have an electrical charge of -1.
A proton has a positive electrical charge and an electron has a negative electrical charge.
Yes; electrons have a negative electrical charge.