ch104HW12 - What types of molecules can be polar? Which can...

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Name:_______________ CH 104 Homework #12 Reading 3.7 - 3.10 Suggested Extra Problems 3.40 – 3.105 What is the first thing you should look for when attempting to write the name of a chemical formula? Write the names or formulas for the following acids: Name Formula HBr hydrofluoric acid H 2 CO 3 phosphoric acid H 2 CrO 4 acetic acid HBrO 3 perchloric acid How do you know if a compound is ionic or covalent? Are there any exceptions? If a molecule is polar, what is occuring?
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Unformatted text preview: What types of molecules can be polar? Which can not? Draw the Lewis structures for the following molecules: CH 3 F NI 3 Fill each box with the name of the molecule that would be formed by combining the column anions and row cations. IONS Br-O-2 nitrite sulfite hydrogen carbonate dihydrogen phosphite Lithium ion Zinc ion Ammonium ion Cobalt (II) ion...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CHEMSITRY CH 104 taught by Professor Kovacich during the Fall '09 term at Portland CC.

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