Problem: Give the correct formula corresponding to each name.Manganese (vi) sulfateAmmonium phosphateAluminum sulfideIron (II) sulfideDiphosphorus tetrasulfide

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A) Manganese (vi) sulfate


▪ Manganese is a transition metal which can have multiple charges.
 The 
roman numeral indicates the charge specifically used in this compound.
 Writing the 
metal cation involved we have:

Mn4+

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Give the correct formula corresponding to each name.

Manganese (vi) sulfate

Ammonium phosphate

Aluminum sulfide

Iron (II) sulfide

Diphosphorus tetrasulfide

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