Problem: Knowing the names of similar chlorine oxyanions and acids, deduce the names of the following:IO–, IO2–, IO3–, IO4–, HIO, HIO2, HIO3, HIO4.

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Knowing the names of similar chlorine oxyanions and acids, deduce the names of the following:

IO, IO2, IO3, IO4, HIO, HIO2, HIO3, HIO4.

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