Chemistry Review
Give three examples of chemical compounds.

 
 

Give three examples of mixtures.
 
 

Ionic BondCovalent bond
Formed between________ and _________________ and _________
________ and _________
 

Which of the follow are metals, nonmetals, and semiconductors?
Na__________________Br__________________
Si__________________P__________________
Fe__________________Co__________________
C__________________Ge__________________

Which type of bond is present for each:

H2SO4__________________CO2__________________
CH4__________________H2O__________________
KCl__________________NaCN__________________

Why do ionic compounds conduct electricity when they are dissolved in water or when they are melted?
 
 

What does the Roman numeral represent in a chemicalís name?
 
 

Finding the charge on a cation:
Fe2O3
What is the charge on the anion? _____
What is the total negative charge? ______
How many cations are present? ______
What is the charge on the cation? ______
So what is the name of the compound? ________________________

CuSO4
What is the charge on the anion? _____
What is the total negative charge? ______
How many cations are present? ______
What is the charge on the cation? ______
So what is the name of the compound? ________________________

Zn(NO2)2
What is the charge on the anion? _____
What is the total negative charge? ______
How many cations are present? ______
What is the charge on the cation? ______
So what is the name of the compound? ________________________

What do each of the following suffixes mean in a chemicalís name? (Give an example of each)
ExampleMeaning
-ide
-ite
-ate
 

How many atoms are there in H2SO4?
 

How many nitrogen atoms are in Mg(NO3)2?
 

How many oxygen molecules are in Mg(NO3)2?
 

What is the empirical formula of the following?:

C6H12O6________________
H2O2________________
C16H30O2________________

What is an organic compound?
 


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