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Mercury forms two common ions, Mercury (I) and Mercury (II). What is the correct name for the Mercury (II) ion? A. Mercuric ion B. Mercurite ion C. Mercuride
ion D. Mercurous ion
A. Mercuric ion. The correct name for the Mercury (II) ion is Mercuric ion. Source:
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