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What are examples of polyatomic ions?

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There are a zillion. Simply put, a polyatomic ion is an ion with two or more atoms in it. (Polyatomic is "multi" atom.) The number "zillion" isn't specific, of course, but we might be able to use it here in the science section to make a point. The
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MnO4 (2- - Permanganate ion. Fe(CN)6 (4- - Ferrocyanide ion. SO4 (2- - Sulfate ion. P3O10 (5- Tripoliphosphate ion. Good luck!
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