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These are only learned by experience NaCl = table salt, NaHCO3 = baking soda, etc. Types I & II Metal Cations “Type I” – Name using metal’s elemental name Metals whose ions only have one type of charge. Zn = 2+, Ag = +1. For example, NaCl is sodium chloride Type II -Name using metal’s elemental name and charge Lithium, Li. Copper, Cu. ______ Silver, Ag. ______ Metals whose ions can have two or more types of charge.
Determine charge by charge on anion. (Since there is more than
one possibility you need to tell name the charge too.)
For example, FeCl3 is iron(III) chloride & FeCl2 is iron(II) chloride ______ KCl potassium chloride Tin, Sn. ______
Strontium, Sr. ______ 1A = +1, 2A = 2+, Al = 3+. Some need to be memorized. Groups 1A & 2A, and (Al, Zn, Ag). Determine charge by position on the
periodic table. Determine if the Following Metals are Type I
or Type II. If Type I, Determine the Charge
on the Cation it Forms. (No you do not need
to have symbols and
names memorized for the
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2014 for the course CHEM 004:007 taught by Professor Russellarsen during the Fall '13 term at University of Iowa.
- Fall '13