The formal charge of the sulfate ion, which has the molecular formula (SO4)2-, is -2. Ions that have a negative charge are called anions, and positively charged ions are called cations. More »

The formula for the sulfate ion is SO42-. The polyatomic ion is also just referred to as sulfate or sulphate. More »

Gallium sulfate is an inorganic compound with a molar mass of 427.63 grams. It has the chemical formula Ga2(SO4)3 and is comprised of two gallium atoms bonded to three sulfate ions. The overall charge of the compound is ... More »

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CuSO4, also known as copper(II) sulfate, is an inorganic compound made by combining a copper ion with a charge of positive two and a sulfate anion with a charge of negative two. CuSO4 is used as a fungicide, pesticide an... More »

One Lewis dot structure for a sulfate ion is an S connected by two pairs of dots to two O's, each of which is surrounded by two pairs of dots. The S is connected by one pair of dots to two additional O's. More »

The charge of a strontium ion is +2. The charge of an ion is determined by the amount of electrons compared to the number of protons, so a charge of +2 indicates that the ion has two more protons than electrons. More »

The most common magnesium ion has a +2 charge, which means it has lost two of its original 12 electrons, leaving it with a total of 10 electrons. The atomic number of magnesium is 12, which means that in its stable state... More »