01 Activity - Naming Compounds

01 Activity - Naming Compounds - Aim How are ionic and...

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Aim: How are ionic and covalent compounds named? Do Now: How did you get your name? What does it mean? IUPAC: ________________________________________________________________________________ Binary Ionic Compounds NaCl _________________________________ 1. Metal ___________________________________________ 2. Drop the ending of the nonmetal and add ______________ ALWAYS REDUCE FORMULAS TO LOWEST TERMS! Practice: Name the binary ionic compounds MgF 2 _____________________________ LiBr _____________________________ K 2 O _____________________________ SrS _____________________________ Practice: Provide the formula based on the name Potassium phosphide _____________ Calcium nitride _____________ Sodium fluoride _____________ Magnesium sulfide _____________ Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic Ions Polyatomic ions keep their name whether they are a cation or an anion use Table E. Ca(NO 3 ) 2 ____________________________ Na 2 S 2 O 3 ____________________________ Practice: Name the ionic compounds with polyatomic ions Sr(CN) 2 _________ _________________ (NH 4 ) 2 O _______________________ Al 2 (SO 3 ) 3 _______________________ Ag 2 SO 4 _______________________ Practice: Provide the formula based on the name Lithium carbonate _____________ Calcium acetate _____________ Barium hydroxide _____________ Cesium chromate _____________ Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals Transition metals have ___________________________________ Need to show which ion is used use __________________ to denote the charge of the metal VCl 3 ____________________________ FeO
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