Problem: Which of the following formula/name pairs is incorrect?               A)  FeO  iron(II) oxideB)  K2SO4   potassium sulfideC)  MnO2  manganese(IV) oxideD)  LiOH  lithium hydroxideE)  MgO  magnesium oxide

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Which of the following formula/name pairs is incorrect?               

A)  FeO  iron(II) oxide

B)  K2SO4   potassium sulfide

C)  MnO2  manganese(IV) oxide

D)  LiOH  lithium hydroxide

E)  MgO  magnesium oxide

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