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1 Review Class for Naming Compounds Sit with some new people, and say, “hello, my name is __________, let’s work together, okay?” say your name Paper, pen, reference tables ONLY. Clear desks now.

2 For each slide there are 2 compounds, tell if each is Ionic or Molecular Write the name or formula for each

3 Silver iodideCrN Ionic/Molecular? What’s the formula? What’s the official name?

4 Silver iodideCrN ionic AgI Chromium III Nitride

5 PCl 5 PCl 3 Ionic/Molecular? What’s the official name?

6 PCl 5 PCl 3 molecular Phosphorous pentachloride Phosphorous trichloride

7 Dinitrogen monoxide ScPO 4 Ionic/Molecular? What’s the formula? What’s the official name?

8 Dinitrogen monoxide ScPO 4 molecularionic N2ON2O Scandium phosphate

9 PtCl 4 ClF Ionic/Molecular? What’s the official name?

10 PtCl 4 ClF ionicmolecular Platinum IV chloride Chlorine monofluoride

11 AsF 3 Al(ClO) 3 Ionic/Molecular? What’s the official name?

12 AsF 3 Al(ClO) 3 molecularIonic arsenic trifluoride aluminum hypochlorite

13 13

14 nickel (III) bromide vanadium (V) sulfide Ionic/Molecular? what’s the formula?

15 nickel (III) bromide vanadium (V) sulfide ionic NiBr 3 V2S5V2S5

16 tantalum chloride SiO 2 Ionic/Molecular? What’s the formula? What’s the official name?

17 tantalum chloride SiO 2 ionicmolecular TaCl 5 Silicon dioxide (AKA sand)

18 NaHSO 4 N2O5N2O5 Ionic/Molecular? What’s the official name?

19 NaHSO 4 N2O5N2O5 ionic/molecular? sodium hydrogen sulfate dinitrogen pentoxide

20 What are the HONClBrIF twins? Write the formulas for 2 acids and for 2 bases.

21 HONClBrIF reminds you of the 7 diatomic elements, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, bromine, iodine and fluorine, all have H 2 or Br 2 type formulas Write the formulas for 2 acids and for 2 bases. Tables K + L

22 What are all the phosphorous – chlorine compounds?

23 P Cl PCl 3 phosphorous trichloride PCl 5 phosphorous pentachloride PCl 7 phosphorous heptachloride PCl 3 again PCl 5 again In our class there are only 3 phosphorous – chlorine compounds.

24 Which are correct or wrong? If wrong, why? Chromium (IV) sulfide Zinc (II) oxide Carbon pentoxide Argon monofluoride Hydrogen monochloride Tin (IV) fluoride Mercury (II) bromide Niobium (II) iodide Bromine lithide MgBr 3

25 Which are correct or wrong? If wrong, why? Chromium (IV) sulfide Zinc (II) oxide Carbon pentoxide Argon fluoride Hydrogen monochloride Tin (IV) fluoride Mercury (II) bromide Niobium (II) iodide Bromine lithide MgBr 3 X Cr does +2, +3, +6 ions X Zn NO roman numeral X carbon makes CO,CO 2 X argon doen’t react ever YES, it’s hydrochloric acid YES, SnF 4 - in toothpaste YES, Hg makes a +2 ion X, Nb only does +3 & +5 X, metal first always! X, Mg +2 + Br -1 = MgBr 2


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