Category:Salts

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We consider something a salt if its primary character is ionic, and is potentially soluble in water without decomposition.

Anions
Type Anion Oxid
Alkalai Metals lithium I
potassium
sodium
Alkalai Earth Metals barium II
calcium
magnesium
Transition Metals aluminum III
antimony III
V
bismuth I
III
boron III
chromium III
VI
cobalt II
III
copper I
II
gold III
iron II
III
lead II
IV
manganese II
mercury I
II
nickel II
III
platinum IV
silver I
tin II
IV
vanadium I
II
III
IV
zinc II
Nonmetals ammonium I
sulfur II
IV
Cations
Group Identity Oxid
halides fluoride Fl -1
chloride Cl
bromide Br
iodide I
oxohalides hypochlorite OCl -1
chlorate ClO3
perchlorate ClO4
bromate BrO3
iodate IO3
pseudohalides cyanide CN -1
cyanate OCN
thiocyanate SCN
sulfoxides sulfite SO3 -2
sulfate SO4
thiosulfate S2O3
pyrosulfate S2O7
oxoanions nitrate NO3 -1
phosphate PO3 -3
manganate MnO4 -2
permanganate MnO4 -1
chromate CrO4 -2
dichromate Cr2O7
organic acetate CH3COO -1
ascorbate C6H7O6 -1
gluconate C6H11O7 -1
carbonate CO3 -2
cyanamide CN2 -2
oxalate (CO2)2 -2
citrate C6H5O7 -3
edtate N-Et-N(CH2COOH)4 -4