9-22 - ionic Compounds and Dissolution Molecular Compounds...

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Unformatted text preview: ionic Compounds and Dissolution Molecular Compounds and Dissolution Monatomic Ions A monatomic ion is an ion of a single atom. (aim/10b n’Hl ‘6 w" Wig {Mair} ME 5: lo? - "‘ [me-W diam/é? “(ide r» éfi’ ,L'gé afiobd Polyatomic Ions Naming Ionic Compounds (Polyatomic Ions) Polyatomio Ions — two or more atomsjoined together by a covalent bond Polyatomic anions are more common than cations. Two polyatomic cationsyou should remember are: NI-i4+ ammonium ion H30+ hydronium ion V. Naming Polyatomic Ions 1. Ions with -ate and -ite contain oxygen 2. An ion with -:'te suffix has one less O'than corresponding -ate ion. NOTE: All ions with suffix -ate or -ite do not necessarily contain the same number of O atoms. ERA-m Defi‘i‘wh’ mm” '7; 6r at #0)“qu ( Naming Polyatomic Ions (cont’d) 4. Adding hydrogen ion (H+): Elements that can form more than two oxoanions (halogens): - use per— with -ate for most # of oxygens - use -ate with no prefix for 1 less 0 I Naming Polyatomic Ions (cont’d) 5. Elements that can form more than two oxoanions (halogens): (cont'd) - use —ite for 1 less 0 - use hypo— with -ite for least # of oxygens Example 1 Give formulas for the foilowing: 0047'" W0 “" (a) chromate ion (b) hypobromite ion (c) periodate ion ’ (d) carbonate ion look lg Qua 31+ Textbook of, i.foin i963 lots, 5 Naming Ionic Comlpounds n; 2 non Ami / god affinic ‘ ’00 Example 2 Assign names to the following: (a) MgBrz mwgwm (b) N203 Fill/4mm (c) NH4C| fimmemum chlgn'rlle (d) Na2803 SOCbUM 9w}. (8) 33003 Warm QleWI/‘kla (r) Caso4 (29:1ng Smw'fll-g , Metals with Multiple Charges lln § Metals with Multiple Charges am it”) avowed N FeClz/ W 1) \I. “m 01? Chloride Qui’wm numeral (anion 0") WW. i Shaw .1 a i a I Wain mmifif’lg 4; (.0ch mug: 5, 4 Taxi—(goal: , Naming Molecular Compounds Binary Compounds of Two Nonmetals . 2915‘ / Naming Molecular Compounds Sometimes two elements will form more than one binary compound — in this case we need to denote the numbers (greater than one) of each element present using Greek prefixes. 1 Example 3 Assign names or formulas to the following: (a) No2 h riWfiUL cilia M‘CQQ. (b) 032 (billoan Chump. (c) dinitrogen pentoxide N was (d) c'hlorinedioxide Ci (1).; (e) F’Fs Pnosfltms Naming Acids and Bases Binary Acids 2 if \k. emit-6w avian ‘- Naming Oxoacids Most acids contain more than two different elements. If one of the elements is oxygen then you have an oxoacid. It helps to think ofthese as hydrogen ions (H*) combined with an oxoanion. irlC M33) +1420 (g) we its 3+ c1237) hddrcmwm ion ...
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