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NaCl Binary Ionic Metal and non metal Cation anion(IDE)
Lithium Oxide Binary Ionic 1) Cation and Charge 2) Anion and Charge 3) Balance w/subscripts
Polyatomic Ionic -3 or more elements -Cation anion (IDE**) **Poly name never changes Na 2 SO 3
Potassium Carbonate Polyatomic Ionic –ATE or ITE 1) Cation and Charge 2) Anion and Charge 3) Balance w/subscripts use parenthesis if poly
CuCl 2 Transition metal Ionic – Ditch and non metal Cation(Roman Numerals**) anion(IDE) **Roman numerals = charge
Iron (III) Sulfide Transition metal Ionic – 1) Cation and Charge 2) Anion and Charge 3) Balance w/subscripts
P2O5P2O5 Covalent or Molecular Both Right side of stairs First element w/prefix** Second element IDE w/ prefix **No mono
Carbon Trioxide Covalent or Molecular Both Right side of stairs First element prefix = subscript Second element prefix = subscript
Na 2 SO 3
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Sodium Sulfite
Ionic (get charges and balance with subscripts) Na + I - NaI
Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) Nitrogen trichloride
Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) SI
Mg 3 N 2
Ionic (No prefixes) First element Second element –ide Magnesium Nitride
Iron (II) Bromide
Ionic – get charge of ions (roman numeral = charge) Balance charge with subscripts Fe+ 2 Br - FeBr 2
Co 3 N
K3PK3P Ionic (No prefixes) First element Second element –ide Potassium Phosphide
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Rubidium Hydroxide
Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) C 5 Cl 3
Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) Second element ends in -ide Carbon Dioxide
Cu 2 O
Nickel (I) Oxide
Ionic – get charge of ions (roman numeral = charge) Balance charge with subscripts Ni+ O -2 Ni 2 O
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Magnesium Sulfate
N2O3N2O3 Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) Second element ends in -ide Dinitrogen trioxide
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Aluminum Hydroxide
Ni 2 S 3
Iron (III) Oxide
Ionic – get charge of ions (roman numeral = charge) Balance charge with subscripts Fe+ 3 O -2 Fe 2 O 3
Covalent (subscripts = prefixes) Second element ends in -ide Carbon tetrachloride
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Calcium Sulfite
Cs 3 N
Ionic (No prefixes) First element Second element –ide Cesium Nitride
Copper (III) Sulfide
Ionic – get charge of ions (roman numeral = charge) Balance charge with subscripts Cu+ 3 S -2 Cu 2 S 3
K 2 CO 3
Ionic (no prefixes – poly do not change name) Potassium Carbonate
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Naming Compounds 1. Cation first, then anion 2. Monatomic cation = name of the element Ca 2+ = calcium ion 3. Monatomic anion = root + -ide Cl = chloride.
Chapter 4 Section 3 Compound names and formulas Naming Ionic Compounds Binary compounds (Compounds with just two elements) Na 2 S 1. Name the first.
Naming and Writing Compounds. Three categories of compounds 1. Acids – begin with a hydrogen (HCl) 2. Covalent – non-metal bonded with non-metal 3. Ionic.
Ch. 7-1a Naming Ions. POINT > Name and identify the charge of monatomic ions POINT > Define and determine formulas for binary compounds POINT > Define.
NAMING RULES 1)Determine type of bond 2) COVALENT non-metal + non-metal TYPE I IONIC non-metal + (col. I,II, Al) TYPE II IONIC non-metal + transition.
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Chapter 6: Chemical Names and Formulas Part 1 - Binary Compounds.
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Chemical Compounds Chemical Names. Naming of Cations Name of the element + the word ion Examples: Na + - Mg 2+ - Al 3+ - Sodium ion Magnesium ion Aluminum.
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Activator Explain why you put subscripts in chemical formulas.
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