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Exercise 1 Preparation for Naming Ionic and Molecular CompundsIn this exercise, you will color the Periodic Table of Elements and prepare note cards to learn common polyatomic ions and acids. You will also review tips for correctly naming ionic and molecular compounds.Procedure1.Print the Periodic Table of Elements.2.Use colored pencils or photo editing software (i.e. Paint®, Microsoft Powerpoint®, Adobe Photoshop®) to color the groups of elements referenced in the legend boxes. Each group of elements should be represented by a unique color.3.Color the legend boxes with the corresponding color used for each group.4.Record your name and the date on the table. Then, take a photo of the colored periodic table, or save it as an image if you use photo editing software.5.Upload the image into Photo 1. 6.Write the name, formula, and charge for each of the common polyatomic ions inTable 2of the background onto individual note cards. Polyatomic ions that vary based on oxidation state, such as sulfate and sulfite, can be included on the same card, as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7. Note card with two polyatomic ions that vary based on oxidation state.1.Take a photo of a completed notecard.2.Upload the image into Photo 2.