The first part of the name is the: __________________ which is from the __________ side of the periodic table.
The second part of the name is the: __________________ which is from the __________ side of the periodic table.
Also, you have to change the name on the
second part. For example:
Chlorine becomes ____________
Oxygen becomes ____________
Sulfur becomes ____________
Nitrogen becomes ____________
Some metals of the same element can have different charges. The charge is expressed as a ________________ in the name.
Cu+ is _________________________
Cu2+ is _________________________
_____________________ is Iron(II)
_____________________ is Iron(III)
Determining the charge from a formula.
Look at the anion to determine the charge.
Multiply that charge by the number of anions present.
Divide that total by the number of cations present.
Now you have the charge on the cation.
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? ______
What are the formulas for the following?:
Naming covalent compounds
You use _________________ to express how
many of each atom are present.
What is an empirical formula?
What is a molecular formula?
Nameempirical formulamolecular formula
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