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Chemistry notes Type 1 cations Metal ions with invariant charge This means they will always have the same charge when they are ionized. Nomenclature- This is the naming of compounds. Naming ionic compounds Ionic compounds are those that contain a metal with a non metal. The metal cation determines what type of ionic compound you have. Naming type 1 ionic compounds- Name the cation first Name the anion second, being sure to change the ending to -ide Naming ionic compounds containing polyatomic ions- Polyatomic ions- Occur when a group of atoms come together, and that group has a charge. Most polyatomic ions are called oxyanions. Anions that contain oxygen. Poly means many
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Polyatomic ions are made up of many atoms- more than two elements Example: NH 4 ammonium If it contains more than one element then it is a polyatomic ion. To know the charge look it up in the packet he gave out. Naming compounds with polyatomic ions.- Name the cation first. Now name the polyatomic anion Molecular compounds-
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  • Spring '16
  • RexJ.Gamble
  • Chemistry, Molecule, Ion, Polyatomic ion

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