Chemistry Solved_Part_17

Chemistry Solved_Part_17 - Week 10 11) 12) H3PO4 Phosphoric...

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©2010 Digital Interactive Video Education Week 10 50 11) H 3 PO 4 12) HCl 13) NaN 3 14) FeCl 3 (write the Stock system name) 15) MgSO 4 •5H 2 O 16-25 Write the chemical formula for the following compounds: (1 pt. each) 16) Hydro±uoric acid 17) Lithium chloride 18) Iron(II) chloride 19) Potassium thiocyanate 20) Sodium hypochlorite 21) Potassium iodide 22) Ammonium nitrate 23) Potassium phosphate 24) Lead (IV) oxide 25) Hydrogen peroxide Phosphoric acid Hydrochloric acid Sodium azide Iron (III) chloride Magnesium sulfate pentahydrate HF LiCL FeCL 2 NaOCl KSCN KI NH 4 NO 3 K 3 PO 4 PbO 2 H 2 O 2
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©2010 Digital Interactive Video Education Week 10 51 Laboratory Activity 9 Molecular Models Introduction In Laboratory Activity 9, you will learn more about the shapes and polarities of covalently bonded molecules. De- termining the shapes and polarities of covalent molecules mainly depends on the number and type of atoms in the compound. The following table will be helpful in describing molecular shapes.
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Chemistry Solved_Part_17 - Week 10 11) 12) H3PO4 Phosphoric...

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