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eneral Chemistry I 19A ll 009 General Chemistry I X19A Fall 2009 Week 2 Lecture ptember 1 009 September 21, 2009 omenclature Nomenclature 2
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Periodic Table of the Elements Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp opernicium 115 116 118 g Copernicium
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Oxygen Containing Compounds 1 Normally (almost all) atoms with negative oxidation states can be combined with oxygen to form compounds with a negative charge. Boron – normally +3, combines with 3 oxygens ( 2) to form borate , (BO 3 ) 3 Nitrogen – (NO ) 1 “nitrate” Carbon – (CO 3 ) 2 “carbonate” Sulfur – (SO ) 2 “sulfate” Chlorine – (ClO ) 1 “chlorate” 3 Phosphorus–(PO 4 ) 3 “phosphate” Arsenic–(AsO 4 ) 3 “arsenate” Normally (3 ) atoms have also a 4 Selenium–(SeO 4 ) 2 “selenate” Normally (2 ) atoms have also a 3 Bromine–(BrO 3 ) 1 “bromate” Iodine–(IO 3 ) 1 “iodate” Halogens (1 ) atoms have also a (5+) state when combining with oxygen N(5+)O(2 )x3 = (1 ) (6+) state when combining with oxygen (5+) state when combining with oxygen
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