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Write the symbol for the ion of each of the following. (Type your answer using the format [Rb]2+ for Rb2+, [Cs]+ for Cs+ and [NH4]+ for NH4+. )

1. Oxide

2. Aluminum

3. Calcium

4. Potassium

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