Chapter 5 Chemistry Notes

Determine charge by position on the periodic table

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Unformatted text preview: gBr2 Magnesium Sulfide Zn2+ Ag+ Type 1, if it's on the known list. Type 2, if it's not on the known list. 5 9/10/2013 Anion - Monatomic Nonmetal Determine the charge of the nonmetal atom from position on the periodic table. To name anion- change ending on the element name to –ide. Example: nitrogen becomes nitride, sulfur become sulfide, etc. 4A = -4 5A = -3 6A = -2 7A = -1 C = Carbide N = Nitride O = Oxide F = Fluoride Si = Silicide P = Phosphide S = Sulfide Nomenclature: Binary Ionic Compound – Type I Binary Compound – composed of only 2 elements FClBrNaCl Sodium + Chlor+ide Sodium Chloride I O2CaO Calcium + Ox + ide Calcium Oxide S2N3Li2S Lithium + Sulf + ide Lithium Sulfide Cl = Chloride + Practice — Name the following compounds fluor-ide chlor-ide brom-ide iod-ide ox-ide sulf-ide nitr-ide Name Cation + Base Name Anion + IDE (What happens to the electrons in this reaction?) Nomenclature: Binary Ionic Compound – Type II Similar BUT add charge of metal in Roman numerals Name Cation + (charge metal) + Base Name Anion + IDE 1. KCl ____________ 2. MgBr2 ____________ potassium chloride magnesium bromide Examples: CoF2 Co2+ 4. Na3P...
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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.

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