The polyatomic ions that end in -ide include,
The -ide suffix, is usually reserved for monatomic anions.
Non-metal ions like oxygen, fluorine and chlorine take on the -ide and become oxide, fluoride and chloride.
Most of the polyatomic ions end in -ite and -ate.
The positive monatomic ions keep their common name, however metals can use the -ic and -ous suffixes in
There is one positive polyatomic
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