Problem: Which ions should be formed by magnesium, nitrogen, and chlorine, respectively? (A) Mg2+, N3-, Cl- (B) Mn7+, N3-, C4+ (C) Mg2+, N5+, Cl- (D) Mg+, N5+, C4+ (E) Mg+, N3-, Cl-

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Which ions should be formed by magnesium, nitrogen, and chlorine, respectively?

(A) Mg2+, N3-, Cl-

(B) Mn7+, N3-, C4+

(C) Mg2+, N5+, Cl-

(D) Mg+, N5+, C4+

(E) Mg+, N3-, Cl-

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