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Chemical Nomenclature (1) Names and symbols of the elements: You should be able to associate names with elemental symbols for the following elements: Atomic Numbers: 1-38, 46-56, 78-86, 92 Elements that are excluded from this list (you don’t need to know them) are the less- common Transition Metals, the Lanthanide elements, and the Actinide elements (except you do need to know Uranium, atomic number 92). A Periodic Table will be provided on every exam, so you also don’t have to memorize
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Unformatted text preview: the order of the elements, the atomic numbers, or the gram atomic masses. (2) Chemical nomenclature: You should know the names and chemical formulae (including charge) of common ions and compounds listed in the following tables of Chapters 2 and 4: Tables 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, and 4.3. Generally, you need to be able to name compounds as covered in Chapter 2....
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