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Unformatted text preview: CHEM-114 NOMENCLATURE #2 FALL 94 NAME: _. .. (print) (sign) RANDOM NUMBER: ' LAB SECTION: Each question is worth one-half point. The maximum score on this exam is 18 points. CHEMICAL FORMULA: In the spaces provided, please print the formula that best corresponds to each of the following chemical names IONIC nickelClI) hydroxide sodium hypochlorite aluminum sulfate calcium carbonate zinc acetate magnesium nitrate silver chloride final) phosphate chromiumWI) oxide potassium dichromate ironaII) cyanate cesium iodate ACIDS phosphoric acid nitrous acid oxalic acid . COVALENT ammonia iodine tn'bromide sulfur dioxide carbon tetraiodide CHEMICALNAME: In the spaces provided, please print the name which best conesponds to each ofthe « following chemical formulas. IONIC ransom C“1312 Ramos); WW4 $1003 H8212 - Coaarofi 131013 Li23203 KCN Na2CIO4 BeO FeAsO4 ACIDS HCl H102 H2C03 COVALENT H20 AS484 pc13 HIHHHHHIHIH II*7 CHEM-114 ‘1», fl/ NOMENCLATURE #2 FALL 94 I! l , . NAME: I , (print) (sign) RANDOM NUMBER: , LAB SECTION: 3 Each question is worth one-half point. The maximum score on this exam is 18 points. CHEMICAL FORMULA: In the spaces provided, please print the formula that best corresponds to each of the following chemical names. IONIC nickelfll) hydroxide sodium hypochlorite aluminum sulfate calcium carbonate lithium nitride zinc acetate magnesium nitrate silver chloride tin(Il) phosphate chromimn(VI) oxide potassium dichromate iron(lIl') cyanate cesium iodate ACIDS phosphoric acid nitrous acid oxalic acid COVALENT ammonia iodine tribromide sulfur dioxide carbon tetraiodide CHEMICAL NAME: In the spaces provided, please print the name which best corresponds to each of the following chemical formulas. IONIC Pb(HSO3)2 L09 (ti haw 9‘70!” 66“ 5‘4 1—- FI 75} Cum c, (54,0: « (uh/'05 Ba(NO3)2 AIL/«4n NITMTE Mn3(PO3)4 WAN “an!“ (LC 17 57/1/75 4 SrC03 erTlm CA 440401011 Hg212 , WemmC‘C / a 91.05 Co(Br02)2 , $800761; $10“: ‘T‘E 31013 W Li23203 W Fp TE Kw wipe BeO 03¢ _ (.129... 084 [”5 m mm Mai—«bio H102 M H2003 W COVALEETO . A—L ”I A5484 MW 7')“ 544 L 17/9 I? PC13 170‘”me ZZZ C “5M 05 m7 Mama; ...
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