Ch8 - Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds IUPAC: International...

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Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds IUPAC: International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry Binary Ionic Compounds contain two monoatomic ions Type I § cation is a fixed charge metal § name cation first then anion § cation: name same as element § anion: root name plus ide ending § NaCl sodium chlor ide § CaS calcium sulf ide § MgF 2 magnesium fluor ide
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Nomenclature Type II § cation is a variable charge metal (see Table 8.1) § name must specify which cation is present § Name of cation, charge in brackets, name of anion FeCl 2 FeCl 3 iron(II)chloride iron(III)chloride “Old” Names (see table 8.3)
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Naming Polyatomic Ions Common Names: CN - cyanide NH 4 + ammonium SCN - thiocyanate Oxyanions: -occur in series with one element (X) and different numbers of oxygen atoms eg: XO 2 - , XO 3 - Two in a series: smaller # of oxygens - ite larger # of oxygens -ate SO 3 2- sulf ite SO 4 2- sulf ate NO 2 - nitr ite NO 3 - nitr ate
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Naming Polyatomic Ions More than two in a series: fewest oxygens hypo ___ -ite
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