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Naming Compounds Lesson 6
Practice 1- Name FeSO 4FeSO 4 Iron II sulfateIron II sulfate C 2 S 7C 2 S 7 Dicarbon heptasulfideDicarbon heptasulfide
Practice 2 – Write formula Zinc phosphateZinc phosphate Zn 3 (PO 4 ) 2Zn 3 (PO 4 ) 2 Lithium carbonateLithium carbonate Li 2 CO 3Li 2 CO 3
Practice 3 – Write Formula Hydrocyanic AcidHydrocyanic Acid HCNHCN Lead IV sulfateLead IV sulfate Pb(SO 4 ) 2Pb(SO 4 ) 2
Organic compound Compounds containing carbon.Compounds containing carbon. There are a few exceptionsThere are a few exceptions
Inorganic compound Compounds that do not contain carbon.Compounds that do not contain carbon.
Hydrocarbon Organic compound that contains only hydrogen and carbonOrganic compound that contains only hydrogen and carbon
Naming simple organic compounds
Prefixes Meth – 1Hexa - 6Meth – 1Hexa - 6 Eth – 2Hepta - 7Eth – 2Hepta - 7 Prop -3Octa - 8Prop -3Octa - 8 But – 4Nona - 9But – 4Nona - 9 Penta – 5Deca - 10Penta – 5Deca - 10
Alkanes Single bondedSingle bonded Formula C n H 2n +2Formula C n H 2n +2 Ex: Ethane C 2 H 6Ex: Ethane C 2 H 6
Alkenes Double bondDouble bond Formula C n H 2nFormula C n H 2n Ex: Ethene C 2 H 4Ex: Ethene C 2 H 4
Alkynes Triple bondTriple bond Formula C n H 2n-2Formula C n H 2n-2 Ex: Ethyne C 2 H 2Ex: Ethyne C 2 H 2
Practice 1 COCO Carbon MonoxideCarbon Monoxide Cr 2 (Cr 2 O 7 ) 3Cr 2 (Cr 2 O 7 ) 3 Chromium III dichromateChromium III dichromate
Practice 2 HexeneHexene C 6 H 12C 6 H 12 OctyneOctyne C 8 H 14C 8 H 14
Practice 3 HClO 4HClO 4 Perchloric AcidPerchloric Acid H 3 PO 3H 3 PO 3 Phosphorous AcidPhosphorous Acid
Hydrocarbons Saturated Hydrocarbons – Only have single bonds Another name is alkane The alkanes hold the maximum number of hydrogen per carbon atom.
Ionic Compound Molecular Compound Ionic Compounds are the result of oppositely charged ions attracting to each other after an electron transfer has occurred.
Naming Organic Compounds Hydrocarbons These are the simplest of organic compounds. They contain only hydrogen and carbon.
Nomenclature Names and Formulas. Types of Compounds TYPECOMPOSITIONNAMING SYSTEM Covalent compoundsTwo or more non-metallic elements sharing valence electrons.
Compound Names and Formulas
Type III Binary Compounds
Naming Chemical Compounds
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Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds When compounds form, the net charge always equals zero. The number of + always equals the number of
Chemical Names and Formulas
2101. Organic Chemistry 2102 Organic Chemistry The Chemistry of carbon compounds
Organic Chemistry Mr. Skirbst Physical Science Topic 20.
Organic Chemistry. Organic compounds Compounds that contain carbon and hydrogen.
Chapter 20 Hydrocarbon Compounds Organic naming. Hydrocarbons contain only two elements: hydrogen and carbon Carbon has 4 valence electrons, thus forms.
Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds Chapter 7 Take a bag of “ions” make as many combinations as you can. Write the names and formulas. In your notebook,
NAMING COVALENT COMPOUNDS. WRITING COVALENT COMPOUNDS Same as ionic compounds Identify the less electronegative element 1 st (trend = less EN is the one.
Naming Binary Covalent & Acids. Molecules ________– two or more atoms covalently bound together ____________________– two of the same atom bound together.
Naming Compounds 1) Monoatomic Compounds –Binary Ionic Compounds Simple: metal (group 1 or 2) and non-metal Complex: metal (transition:d-block) and non-metal.
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