HW 1-27-09

HW 1-27-09 - a Na b Al 3 c Cl d N 3 e Fe 2 f Fe 3 5 Name...

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Joseph Leonard Green H P 235 #1, 3-6 1/27/09 1. a) What are monatomic ions? Ions formed from a single atom b) Give three examples of monatomic ions. Na+, K+, F- 3. Using only the periodic table, write the symbol of the ion most typically formed by each of the following elements. a. K b. Ca c. S d. Cl e. Ba f. Br a. K+ b. Ca+2 c. S –2 d. Cl– e. Ba+2 f. Br– 4. Write the formulas and indicates the charges for each of the following ions: a. sodium ion b. aluminum ion c. chloride ion d. nitride ion e. iron(II) ion f. iron(III) ion
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Unformatted text preview: a. Na+ b. Al +3 c. Cl d. N 3 e. Fe+2 f. Fe+3 5. Name each of the following monatomic ions: a. K+ d. Cl-b. Mg+ e. O-c. Al+ f. Ca+ a. Potassium ion d. Chloride b. Magnesium ion e. Oxide c. Aluminum ion f. Calcium ion 6. Write formulas for the binary ionic compounds formed between the following elements. a. sodium and iodine b. calcium and sulfur c. zinc and chlorine d. barium and fluorine e. lithium and oxygen a. KI b. CaS c. ZnCl 2 d. BaF 8 e. Li 2...
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