## Chemistry 10th Edition

(a) This formula is not correct because a potassium ion is K+, not P+. The correct formula for potassium iodide is KI. (b)This formula is correct. (c)The chemical formula is incorrect. The symbol for a silver ion is Ag+. The correct formula for the carbonate ion is $CO_{3} ^{2-}.$ Thus, the correct way to write silver carbonate is $Ag_{2}CO_{3}$
(a) This formula is not correct because a potassium ion is K+, not P+. The correct formula for potassium iodide is KI. (b)This formula is correct. (c)The chemical formula is incorrect. The symbol for a silver ion is Ag+. The correct formula for the carbonate ion is $CO_{3} ^{2-}.$ Thus, the correct way to write silver carbonate is $Ag_{2}CO_{3}$