lecture01_nomenclature

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General Chemistry I - X19A Week 1 Lecture Nomenclature 1
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Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp Copernicium 115 116 118 Periodic Table of the Elements
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Weirdo Elements Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp Copernicium 115 116 118 Iron – Ferrum – Fe Copper – Cuprum – Cu Silver – Argentum – Ag Tin – Stannum – Sn Antimony – Stibium – Sb Tungsten – Wolfram – W Gold – Aurum – Au Mercury – Hydrargyrum – Hg Lead – Plumbum – Pb
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Special Elements Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp Copernicium 115 116 118 Hydrogen – H 2 Nitrogen – N 2 Oxygen – O 2 Fluorine – F 2 Phosphorus – P 4 Sulfur – S 8 Chlorine – Cl 2 Bromine – Br 2 Mercury – Hg 2
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Simple Anions and Cations Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp Copernicium 115 116 118 2+ 1+ 3+ 3+ 4+ 4- 3- 2- 1- Calcium ion – Ca 2+ Phosphide ion – P
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Unformatted text preview: 3-Potassium ion K 1+ Bromide ion Br 1-Multi Valence Cations Ds Darmstadtium Rg Roentgenium Cp Copernicium 4+ 5+ 6+ 7+ 6+ 5+ 4+ 3+ 2+ Ti 4 ,3 V 5 ,4,3,2 Cr 6, 3 ,2 Mn 2 ,7,6,4,3 Fe 3 ,2 Co 3, 2 Ni 3, 2 Cu 2 ,1 Zn -2 Zr 4 Nb 5 ,3 Mo 6 ,5 Tc 7 ,5,4 Ru 8,6, 4 , 3 ,2 Rh 5,4, 3 ,1 Pd 4, 2 Ag 2, 1 Cd -2 Titanium (IV) ion Ti 4+ Ruthenium (VI) ion Ru 6+ ous/ic system Ferric (3+), Ferrous (2+) Cupric (2+), Cuprous (1+) Stannic (4+), Stannous (2+) Mercuric (2+), Mercurous (1+) Hg 2+ (Hg 2 ) 2+ Ammonia Ammonia (NH 3 ), Ammonium Ion (NH 4 ) 1+ Why is nomenclature important?...
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