Problem: All but one of the following compounds is named incorrectly. Which of the following statements is correctly named?1. Iron (III) nitrate is Fe(NO3)32. Manganese sulfate is MnSO33. Bromic acid is HBrO4. Lithium phosphide is Li3PO4

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All but one of the following compounds is named incorrectly. Which of the following statements is correctly named?

1. Iron (III) nitrate is Fe(NO3)3

2. Manganese sulfate is MnSO3

3. Bromic acid is HBrO

4. Lithium phosphide is Li3PO4

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