Problem: Which of the following compounds is incorrectly named?1. Iron (III) carbonate       Fe 2(CO3)32. Sodium sulfite             Na  2SO43. Dinitrogen tetroxide       N 2O44. Aluminum phosphide         AlP

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Which of the following compounds is incorrectly named?

1. Iron (III) carbonate       Fe 2(CO3)3

2. Sodium sulfite             Na  2SO4

3. Dinitrogen tetroxide       N 2O4

4. Aluminum phosphide         AlP

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