Problem: Many ions and compounds have very similar names, and there is great potential for confusing them.Write the correct chemical formula for and iron(III) oxide.

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Ionic compounds → charge of anion goes to the subscript of counterion

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Many ions and compounds have very similar names, and there is great potential for confusing them.

Write the correct chemical formula for and iron(III) oxide.

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