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Homework #3 Name _________________________ Chem 30A Dr. Harrison 1. (6 pts)Write the formulas of each of the following names. a) aluminum oxide____________________ b) magnesium nitride__________________ c) dinitrogen tetraoxide_________________ d) copper(II)flouride___________________ e) calcium carbonate ___________________ f) iron (III) phosphite _________________ g) nitrogen _________________________ h) potassium cyanide __________________ 2. (6 pts) Write the name for the following compounds. a) Ag 3 P____________________________ b) Cu 2 O____________________________ c) CS 2 ____________________________ d) Fe(NO 3 ) 2 __________________________ e) KHSO 4 __________________________ f) Br
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Unformatted text preview: 2 _____________________________ g) KC 2 H 3 O 2 _______________________ h) PO 3 _____________________________ 3. (3 pts) Draw the electronic-dot structure for carbon tetrachloride (CCl 4 ). Does the molecule contains polar bonds? (Use the δ + or δ− symbols to label the bonds in the compound.) 4. (3 pts) State the type of bond in each the following compounds. Place an I for ionic and C for covalent. a) N 2 S __________ b) CaCl 2 __________ c) BBr 3 __________ d) Na 2 O __________ e) CSi 2 __________ f) AlO 3 __________ 5. (2pts) Draw the Lewis dot structure for the following compounds. a) HCN b) SOCl 2 2+ (S goes in the center)...
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