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Summer Review Sheet #3 Naming compounds and molar masses Answers are provided on the second sheet. Please try to do the worksheet without referring to them, because you’ll be expected to know this stuff the first day of school! Name each of the following chemical compounds and list their molar masses to the nearest g/mol: 1) AgNO 3 2) PbSO 4 3) N 2 O 3 4) CoCl 2 . 4 H 2 O 5) NH 3 6) PBr 3 7) B 2 F 6 8) Sn(CO 3 ) 2 Write the formulas of each of the following chemical compounds and list their molar masses to the nearest g/mol: 9) lithium acetate 10) copper (I) oxide 11) ammonium phosphate 12) vanadium (V) cyanide 13) nitrogen tribromide 14) iron (II) fluoride tetrahydrate 15) sulfur hexachloride 16) platinum (IV) hydroxide © 2003 Cavalcade Publishing – All Rights Reserved
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Unformatted text preview: the nearest g/mol: 1) AgNO 3 silver nitrate 170 g/mol 2) PbSO 4 lead (II) sulfate 303 g/mol 3) N 2 O 3 dinitrogen trioxide 76 g/mol 4) CoCl 2 . 4 H 2 O cobalt (II) chloride tetrahydrate 202 g/mol 5) NH 3 ammonia 17 g/mol 6) PBr 3 phosphorus tribromide 268 g/mol 7) B 2 F 6 diboron hexafluoride 136 g/mol 8) Sn(CO 3 ) 2 tin (IV) carbonate 239 g/mol Write the formulas of each of the following chemical compounds and list their molar masses to the nearest g/mol: 9) lithium acetate LiC 2 H 3 O 2 66 g/mol 10) copper (I) oxide Cu 2 O 143 g/mol 11) ammonium phosphate (NH 4 ) 3 PO 4 149 g/mol 12) vanadium (V) cyanide V(CN) 5 181 g/mol 13) nitrogen tribromide NBr 3 254 g/mol 14) iron (II) fluoride tetrahydrate FeF 2 . 4 H 2 O 166 g/mol 15) sulfur hexachloride SCl 6 245 g/mol 16) platinum (IV) hydroxide Pt(OH) 4 263 g/mol © 2003 Cavalcade Publishing – All Rights Reserved...
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