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    Which of the following statements about the use of Roman numerals in naming and writing chemical formulas is correct? A. A Roman numeral is included for any metal that can form more than one monatomic cation. B. Roman numerals are used to designate the charge of both the cation and the anion in the ionic compound. C. The ionic compound Fe(III) has a charge of +3. D. A Roman numeral is always included when naming a transition metal cation.
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    True or False: Roman numeral are used to designate the charge of both the cation and the anion in the ionic compound.
  • 3. Open Ended
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    An ion with more electrons than its neutral atom is called a (n)
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