Determine the ionic formula of iron (II) oxide and identify how many iron ions are present in the compound
1. The metal keeps its name and is named and written first.
– For transition metals, we use Roman numerals to denote its charge.
How many iron(II) ions combine with oxygen to form iron(II) oxide?
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