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Molecules and Compounds y Ionic Bonds – transfer of e-’s from one atom to another y Covalent Bonds – a sharing of electrons between atoms, not always equal sharing, but e-’s are still interacting with both nuclei
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The Periodic Table
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Element Names
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Ion Names
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Ion Names
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Using the Periodic Table
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Polyatomic Ions
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Prefixes for Covalent Compounds
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Practice Naming y Mg 3 N 2 y SrCl 2 y Fe 2 O 3 y HgBr 2 y lithium permanganate – y silver nitrate – y rubidium hydrogen sulfate – y iron (II) phosphate –
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Practice Naming y N 4 Se 4 y CO – y I 2 O 5 y XeF
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Unformatted text preview: 6 – y boron tribromide – y dichlorine monoxide – y disulfur tetrafluoride – y diphosphorous pentasulfide – Acids Acids Naming Acids Name the following acid: HNO 3 1. Phosphoric Acid 2. Nitric Acid 3. Chlorous Acid 4. Hydrocyanic Acid Name the following acid: HCN 1. Phosphoric Acid 2. Nitric Acid 3. Chlorous Acid 4. Hydrocyanic Acid Name the following acid: HClO 1. Hydrochloric Acid 2. Hypochlorous Acid 3. Chlorous Acid 4. Chloric Acid 5. Perchloric Acid...
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