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Naming Ionic Compounds
Naming Covalent Compounds
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1-100 The strong attractive force between two oppositely charged ions.
1-100A What is an ionic bond ?
1-200 The ratio a magnesium and iodide ion would combine in.
1-200A What is 1:2?
1-300 Ionic compounds have _______ melting and boiling points.
1-300A What is high?
1-400 The well organized structure of repeating ions of opposite charges in all directions.
1-400A What is a crystal (lattice)?
1-500 The ratio calcium and nitride would combine in.
1-500A What is 3:2?
Two nonmetals sharing electrons.
2-100A What is a covalent bond?
2-200 The state of matter covalent compounds are typically at room temperature.
2-200A What is gas?
2-300 The force between particles of a substance.
2-300A What is an interparticle force?
2-400 When three pairs of electrons are shared between two nonmetals.
2-400A What is a triple bond?
2-500 The smallest unit of a covalent compound.
2-500A What is a molecule?
An atom or group of atoms that have a charge because of the loss or gain of electrons.
3-100A What is an ion?
3-200 The charge of a sodium ion.
3-200A What is +1?
3-300 The charge of phosphide.
3-300A What is -3?
3-400 This rule says that an atom becomes stable by having eight electrons in its outer shell.
3-400A What is the octet rule?
3-500 The complete electron configuration of sulfide (not noble gas short cut).
3-500A What is 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 ?
4-100A What is Lithium Fluoride?
4-200 Chromium (III) Fluoride.
4-200A What is CrF 3 ?
4-300 Calcium Sulfate.
4-300A What is CaSO 4 ?
4-400 Cu(NO 3 ) 2.
4-400A What is Copper (II) Nitrate?
4-500 Ammonium Phosphate.
4-500A What is (NH 4 ) 3 PO 4 ?
H 2 O.
5-100A What is Dihydrogen Monoxide?
5-200 Sulfur Trifluoride.
5-200A What is SF 3 ?
5-300 C 3 Br 5.
5-300A What is Tricarbon Pentabromide?
5-400 SeCl 6.
5-400A What is Selenium Hexachloride?
5-500 N 7 I 10.
5-500A What is Heptanitrogen Decaiodide?
This type of compound has a metal in it.
6-100A What are ionic compounds?
6-200 Between ionic and covalent compounds, this type has the lower melting point.
6-200A What are covalent compounds?
6-300 When an atom loses an electron, it becomes this type of ion.
6-300A What is a cation/positive ion?
6-400 The alkaline earth metals form this charge as ions.
6-400A What is +2?
6-500 The prefix for 9 atoms.
6-500A What is “nona”?
Divide the following into two lists: one for ionic and one for covalent compounds. Then name them. PCl 5 ZnCl 2 NH 4 FC 2 O 3
Ionic: ZnCl 2 – Zinc chloride NH 4 F – Ammonium fluoride Covalent: PCl 5 – Phosphorus Pentachloride C 2 O 3 – Dicarbon trioxide
Daily Double Round 1
Chemical Bonds Chapter 20. Sec. 1 - Combined Elements Elements make ________________ Properties of compounds are different from ______________ Ex: Sodium.
Chemical Bonds Chapter 20. Sec. 1 - Combined Elements Elements make compounds Properties of compounds are different from elements Ex: Sodium Chloride,
A binary ionic compound is formed between one metal ion and one non-metal ion. The metal donates valence electrons to become a positive ion. The non-metal.
Chapter 7 Chemical formulas and Bonding Elements tend to react to fill out their outer electron shell (s and p orbitals). This results in a more stable.
A QUICK BONDING REVIEW. Why do atoms want to bond? To achieve the octet rule OCTET RULE: atoms want to have 8 valence electrons in their outer most shell.
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Chemistry Chapter 8 Notes #2. Ionic Bonding/terms Anions and cations are held together by opposite charges. Many ionic compounds are referred to as.
Unit 4 Test Review. Identify the following as covalent or ionic. 1.water (H 2 O) 2.salt (NaCl) 3.iron (II) sulfide (FeS) 4.calcium bromide (CaBr 2 ) 1.covalent.
Start up 11/5/07 For each group indicate the number of valence electrons group 1Group 15 group 2Group 16 group 13Group 17 group 14Group 18 List the contributions.
loss of valence electrons gain of negatively charged electrons name of the anion typically ends in -ide.
Chemical Bonds I. Why Atoms Combine Chemical Formulas Chemical Bonds Stability.
What are Compounds? Compound: combination of two or more atoms held together by a chemical bond.
Chapter 15 – Review “Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds” Milbank High School.
Chapter 5 Ions and Ionic Compounds. What are the characteristics of ionic compounds? Unit Essential Question:
Ionic Bonding Writing Formulae Naming Compounds Atoms and Ions l Chemical Bond —force that holds 2 atoms together l Atoms are neutral=same number of.
UEQ: How does the structure of matter influence its physical and chemical behavior?
Valence Electrons: ELECTRONS AVAILABLE FOR BONDING.
Atoms and Bonding Chapter 5. Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Review the structure of the atom Protons? Neutrons? Electrons? Nucleus? Electron.
2a. Students know atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or metallic bonds or by exchanging electrons to form ionic bonds.
1 Writing Chemical Formulas General Chemistry Mrs. Amy Nare
Formula Writing and Nomenclature. What is an ion? An ion is a ______________. It may be a ____ or ___charge. Lose electrons cation (+) Gain.
IONIC & COVALENT BONDING THE OCTET RULE. Octet Rule Atoms bond in order to achieve an electron configuration that is the same as the electron configuration.
Review for Ionic Compounds Test. What’s the name of the oxygen anion? What is its dot diagram Oxide O.
Ionic Bonding Review. 1) Octet rule: atoms tend to have.. 2) Electrons in the highest occupied energy level 3) An ionic bond is between a ____ and an.
Molecules and Ions Image courtesy of
BONDING. WHY ATOMS COMBINE -1 All atoms want a full outer shell Some atoms will lose electrons to empty their shells These become positively charged ions.
Chemical Bonding Ionic and Covalent Bonds. What is a chemical bond? An attractive force that holds two atoms together Can form by – The attraction of.
Compounds and Their Bonds Valence Electrons Ions and the Octet Rule.
Basic Concepts in Bonding Ionic Bonding In an ionic compound, bonding typically occurs between a metal and a non-metal or a metal and a polyatomic ion.
Naming Chemical Compounds. Ionic Compounds An ionic compound is a compound that is formed when a positive ion and a negative ion coming together and stick.
Chapter 6 Review. An ionic bond forms between a ___________ and a ______________. An ionic bond forms between a ___________ and a ______________. metal.
What is the bonding in sodium chloride like?
Chemistry Chapter 7 Review Game point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 2 points 2 points 2 points 2 points 2 points 2 points.
Chapter 5 Types of Compounds 5.1 Ionic Compounds 5.2 Molecular Substances.
CHEMICAL FORMULAS AND BONDING Ions and Molecules.
Chemical Bonds Chapter 19 IPC. Combined Elements Some elements combine chemically and no longer have the same properties they did before forming a compound.
Bonding All chemical bonds are formed as a result of the simultaneous attraction of two or more electrons. All chemical bonds are formed as a result of.
Ionic Compounds Test Date: Tuesday, Nov 15th. How many atoms in a 154 lb person? There are 7.0 x atoms!!! There are 7.0 x atoms!!! –Broken.
Ion: an atom or group of atoms that has a charge as a result of losing or gaining one or more electrons.
Chemical Nomenclature How to write and say chemical formulas General Chemistry
Define these words Ion Ionic bond Ionic compound Chemical formula Subscript Covalent bond.
Chapter 7 and Acid Review Ironic isn’t it What’s in a name ironically Molecular Stuff Acidic Overload Mixed Bag Bagging it
Good Day! March 5, 2016 Starter: Please write the formula for the following compounds (you will need your Table of polyatomic ions) Boron Sulfate Calcium.
Chapter 7 Review “Ionic,Metallic Bonding & Naming”
Objectives Know atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or metallic bonds or by exchanging electrons to form ionic bonds.
Chapter 7 and 8. Valence electrons are responsible for the bonding between two atoms.
BINARY IONIC COMPOUNDS Naming and Writing formulas.
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