Naming Compounds Class #6

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Review Class for Naming Compounds
Sit with some new people, and say,
“hello, my name is
__________,
say your name
let’s work together, okay?”
Paper, pen, reference tables ONLY. Clear desks now.
For each slide there are 2
compounds, tell if each is
Ionic or Molecular
Write the name or
formula for each
Silver iodide
CrN
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
formula?
What’s the
official name?
Silver iodide
CrN
ionic
ionic
AgI
Chromium III
Nitride
PCl5
PCl3
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
official name?
What’s the
official name?
PCl5
PCl3
molecular
molecular
Phosphorous
pentachloride
Phosphorous
trichloride
Dinitrogen
monoxide
ScPO4
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
formula?
What’s the
official name?
Dinitrogen
monoxide
ScPO4
molecular
ionic
N2O
Scandium
phosphate
PtCl4
ClF
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
official name?
What’s the
official name?
PtCl4
ClF
ionic
molecular
Platinum IV
chloride
Chlorine
monofluoride
AsF3
Al(ClO)3
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
official name?
What’s the
official name?
AsF3
Al(ClO)3
molecular
Ionic
arsenic
trifluoride
aluminum
hypochlorite
13
nickel (III)
bromide
vanadium (V)
sulfide
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
what’s the
formula?
what’s the
formula?
nickel (III)
bromide
vanadium (V)
sulfide
ionic
ionic
NiBr3
V2S5
tantalum
chloride
SiO2
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
formula?
What’s the
official name?
tantalum
chloride
SiO2
ionic
molecular
TaCl5
Silicon dioxide
(AKA sand)
NaHSO4
N2O5
Ionic/Molecular?
Ionic/Molecular?
What’s the
official name?
What’s the
official name?
NaHSO4
N2O5
ionic/molecular?
ionic/molecular?
sodium
hydrogen
sulfate
dinitrogen
pentoxide
What are the HONClBrIF twins?
Write the formulas for 2 acids
and for 2 bases.
HONClBrIF reminds you of the 7
diatomic elements, hydrogen,
oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine,
bromine, iodine and fluorine, all
have H2 or Br2 type formulas
Write the formulas for 2 acids
and for 2 bases. Tables K + L
What are all the phosphorous – chlorine compounds?
What are all the phosphorous – chlorine compounds?
P
-3
+3
+5
Cl
-1
+1
+5
+7
PCl3 phosphorous trichloride
PCl5 phosphorous pentachloride
PCl7 phosphorous heptachloride
PCl3 again
PCl5 again
In our class there are only 3
phosphorous – chlorine compounds.
Which are correct or wrong? If wrong, why?
Chromium (IV) sulfide
Zinc (II) oxide
Carbon pentoxide
Argon monofluoride
Hydrogen monochloride
Tin (IV) fluoride
Mercury (II) bromide
Niobium (II) iodide
Bromine lithide
MgBr3
Which are correct or wrong? If wrong, why?
Chromium (IV) sulfide
Zinc (II) oxide
Carbon pentoxide
Argon fluoride
Hydrogen monochloride
Tin (IV) fluoride
Mercury (II) bromide
Niobium (II) iodide
Bromine lithide
MgBr3
X Cr does +2, +3, +6 ions
X Zn NO roman numeral
X carbon makes CO,CO2
X argon doen’t react ever
YES, it’s hydrochloric acid
YES, SnF4 - in toothpaste
YES, Hg makes a +2 ion
X, Nb only does +3 & +5
X, metal first always!
X, Mg+2 + Br-1 = MgBr2

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