90808Lecture_6

90808Lecture_6 - compounds – anions and cations –...

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Review Matter Three Laws Atomic Theory
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Which of these is an example of the Law of Multiple Composition?
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Review Atomic Theory Subatomic particles - protons, neutrons and electrons Nucleus contains protons and neutrons Isotopes - same number of protons, different number of neutrons Isotopic abundances Atomic # Atomic Mass
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Review Matter Three Laws Atomic Theory Mole
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Elements Periodic Table Periods Groups Metals, Non-metals, Metalloids
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Compounds Bonding Ionic Compounds - Simple Inorganic
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Unformatted text preview: compounds – anions and cations – Charges • Covalent Compounds - Elements in the middle of the periodic table and most organic compounds Compounds Formula – Ratio of elements in a compound – 3 kinds (empirical, molecular, structural) – Molecular masses from chemical formulae Compounds Naming – Cation 1st by name, Anion change suffix to -ide – Use di, tri, tetra to indicate how many atoms of one type present – Polyatomic ions - page 54 - must know! Let’s Practice • CaO • Calcium hydroxide • CaCO 3 • SiO 2 • MgBr 2 • Phosphorus pentafluoride...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course FCH 150 taught by Professor Donaghy during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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90808Lecture_6 - compounds – anions and cations –...

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