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Which of the following correctly lists the name of the element, the symbol for its ion, and the name of that ion? A. chlorine, Cl+, chloride ion B. aluminum, Al3+, aluminum
ion C. potassium, P+, potassium ion D. iron, Ir3+, iron (III) ion
A. chlorine, Cl+, chloride ion
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User: Which of the following correctly lists the name of the element, the symbol for its ion, and the name of that ion? A. chlorine, Cl+, chloride ion B. aluminum, Al3+, aluminum ion C. potassium, P+, potassium ion D. iron, Ir3+, iron (III) ion

Weegy: A. chlorine, Cl+, chloride ion
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User: In which of the following is number of electrons the ion contains given correctly? A. H+ has 1 electron. B. Br- has 34 electrons. C. Al3+ has 16 electrons. D. Ca2+ has 18 electrons.

Weegy: The answer is A.H+ has 1 electron.
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