Polyatomic Ion Title
For Professor John Taylor's Students
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INSTRUCTIONS: You will be asked to write the formulas and charges of 60 Polyatomic Ions (Randomly selected from 65 required items) whose names appear below. First, Enter YOUR Name and Your E-Mail address above. Then press the 'Start Quiz' button to begin. The name of the Polyatomic Ion will appear as an image. This is a practice homework worth 20 points when submitted with 60 correct; 19 points for 58-59 correct; 18 points for 56-57 correct; 17 points for 54-55 correct; and 15 points for 50-53 correct. When you have completed the 20 items press the Submit Button at the bottom of the page. An email will be sent to Professor Taylor and you will also receive a copy with your scores and all incorrect responses. You may attempt this exercise as many times as youn wish.

When you type in the answer box below, all enrtries will be on the same line. Type the symbols and the number (usually a subscript) in the formula. For example: Acetate is C2H3O2 1- would appear in the box as C2H3O2. Then insert a caret ^ (no spaces) followed by the ion's charge 1-. Your answer in the box to be checked would be C2H3O2^1- for Acetate.
Taylor's 3/4 Polyatomic Ion Algorithm

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Name of Polyatomic Ion Appears Here!
Periodic Table from Siberberg Text
Question: Type the Formula and charge of the Polyatomic Ion below:

Taylor's 3/4 -ate Polyatomic Ion Rule Taylor's Polyatomic Ion Charge Rule
Taylor's 3/4 Polyatomic Ion Algorithm
Taylor's Polyatomic Ion Charge Algorithm
Visual Polyatomic Ion Discovery of Formula associated with nonmetal's position on the Periodic Chart

Some Graphic Images courtsey of Prentice Hall Publisher's Corwin Chamistry text: