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TOOTHPASTES CONTAINING FLUORIDE<br />
Fluoride Is A Univalent Anion Of Fluorine<br />
A fluoride ion is the ionic form of fluorine. As a halogen, fluorine forms a monovalent ion (-1 charge). Fluoride forms a binary compound with another element or radical.

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TOOTHPASTES CONTAINING FLUORIDE
Fluoride Is A Univalent Anion Of Fluorine
A fluoride ion is the ionic form of fluorine. As a halogen, fluorine forms a monovalent ion (-1 charge). Fluoride forms a binary compound with another element or radical.

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