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How’s Your Chemistry? Chemistry Quiz Nomenclature, Writing Chemical Symbols, Writing Equations, Balancing Equations
Instructions On a slice of paper, make the following table: RoundCorrect Answers Need to Review 1 – Naming 2 – Naming 3 – Symbols 4 – Symbols 5 – Balancing 6 – Equations
ROUND 1: 8 Second NOMENCLATURE PARTNER: 1 OBJECTIVE: Name the following substances: I 2 K 2 O KOH CO 2 Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3
8 Second NOMENCLATURE Check the Answers. 1 point for Each I 2 – Iodine Gas K 2 O – Potassium Oxide KOH – Potassium Hydroxide CO 2 – Carbon Dioxide Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3 – Iron (III) Sulfate
ROUND 2: 8 Second NOMENCLATURE PARTNER: 2 OBJECTIVE: Name the following substances: Mg 3 P 2 AgNO 3 SO 2 CaCl 2 PbO
ROUND 2: 8 Second NOMENCLATURE Mg 3 P 2 - Magnesium Phosphide AgNO 3 - Silver Nitrate SO 2 – Sulfur Dioxide CaCl 2 – Calcium Chloride PbO – Lead (II) Oxide Check your answers: 1 point for each.
ROUND 3: 15 Second NOMENCLATURE PARTNER: 3 OBECTIVE: Write the chemical formula for Calcium Fluoride Zinc Phosphide Platinum(II) Chloride Sodium Nitrate Magnesium Chlorate
ROUND 3: 15 Second NOMENCLATURE Check your answers: 1 Point for Each Calcium Fluoride – CaF 2 Zinc Phosphide – Zn 3 P 2 Platinum(II) Chloride – PtCl 2 Sodium Nitrate – NaNO 3 Magnesium Chlorate – Mg(ClO 3 ) 2
ROUND 4: 15 Second NOMENCLATURE PARTNER: 4 OBJECTIVE: Write the chemical formula for: Titanium (IV) oxide Sulfur Monoxide Chromium (VI) Sulfide Silver Hydroxide Mercury Phosphate
ROUND 4: 15 Second NOMENCLATURE Check Your answers. 1 point for each. Titanium (IV) Oxide - TiO Sulfur Monoxide - SO Chromium (VI) Sulfide – CrS 3 Silver Hydroxide – AgOH Mercury(II) Phosphate – Hg 3 (PO 4 ) 2
ROUND 5: 1 Minute Balancing PARTNER: 5 OBJECTIVE: Balance the Following Equations PbS + O 2 PbO + SO 2 MgO + HBr --> MgBr 2 + H 2 O P 4 + O 2 + H 2 O --> H 3 PO 4
ROUND 5: 1 Minute Balancing Check your answers. 2 points for each. 2PbS + 3O 2 2PbO + 2SO 2 MgO + 2HBr --> MgBr 2 + H 2 O P 4 + 8O 2 + 6H 2 O --> 4H 3 PO 4
ROUND 6: 1 Minute Writing Formulas PARTNER: 6 OBJECTIVE: Writing The Chemical Equation Sulfur Trioxide + Hydrogen Nitrate Hydrogen Sulfate + Dinitrogen tetroxide Manganese (IV) Oxide + Hydrogen Chloride Manganese (II) Chloride + Water + Chlorine gas
ROUND 6: 1 Minute Writing Formulas Check your answers. 3 points. SO 3 + HNO 3 H 2 SO 4 + N 2 O 5 MnO 2 + HCl MnCl 2 + H Cl 2
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