How does a polyatomic anion differ from a monatomic anion?

How does a polyatomic anion differ from a monatomic anion? for your ! : )

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A monatomic ion contains only one atom, examples:
Na +, Cl-, Al3 +, N3-, Fe2 +
 
A polyatomic ion contains more than one atom, examples:
ClO4 -, OH-, NH4+

Simple,

Explanation: There is only one atom in a monoatomic ion and there are many atoms in a polyatomic

There is one atom in a Monoatomic Ion whereas Many in Polyatomic.

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Monatomic ions contain one nucleus polyatomic ones contain more that one

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