Review Class for Naming Compounds

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Review Class for Naming Compounds. s ay your name. Sit with some new people, and say, “hello, my name is __________, let’s work together, okay?”. Paper, pen, reference tables ONLY. Clear desks now. For each slide there are 2 compounds, tell if each is Ionic or Molecular
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Review Class for Naming Compounds say your name Sit with some new people, and say, “hello, my name is __________, let’s work together, okay?” Paper, pen, reference tables ONLY. Clear desks now. For each slide there are 2 compounds, tell if each is Ionic or Molecular Write the name or formula for each 13 What are the HONClBrIF twins? Write the formulas for 2 acids and for 2 bases. HONClBrIF reminds you of the 7 diatomic elements, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, bromine, iodine and fluorine, all have H2 or Br2type formulas Write the formulas for 2 acids and for 2 bases. Tables K + L What are all the phosphorous – chlorine compounds? What are all the phosphorous – chlorine compounds? PCl -3 -1 +3 +1 +5 +5 +7 PCl3 phosphorous trichloride PCl5 phosphorous pentachloride PCl7 phosphorous heptachloride PCl3 again PCl5 again In our class there are only 3 phosphorous – chlorine compounds. 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
  • MgBr3
  • 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
  • MgBr3
  • X Cr does +2, +3, +6 ions X Zn NO roman numeral X carbon makes CO,CO2 X argon doen’t react ever YES, it’s hydrochloric acid YES, SnF4 -intoothpasteYES, Hg makes a +2 ion X, Nb only does +3 & +5 X, metal first always! X, Mg+2 + Br-1 = MgBr2
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