Nomenclature and Polyatomic Ions

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Nomenclature and Polyatomic Ions
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Chemistry 1A nomenclature and polyatomic ions
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  1. OH-
    Hydroxide
  2. CO32-
    Carbonate
  3. Nitrate
    NO3-
  4. SO42-
    Sulfate
  5. PO43-
    Phosphate
  6. NH4+
    Ammonium
  7. What is the charge of Phosphate?
    3-
  8. What charge does Ammonium have?
    +1
  9. Sulfate has what charge?
    2-
  10. What is the name for NH4Cl?
    Ammonium Chloride
  11. Nomenclature:
    NaHCO3
    Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
  12. BaF2
    Barium fluoride
  13. Fe2O3
    Iron (II) Oxide
  14. H2SO4
    Sulfuric Acid
  15. LiCO3
    Lithium Carbonate
  16. What would the formula be for Aluminum Chloride?
    AlCl3

     Al3+  and Cl1-
  17. Sodium phosphate
    Na3PO4

    Na(+1) and PO4(-3)
  18. Calcium Oxide
    CaO

    Ca(+2)     O(-2)
  19. Sulfur Dioxide
    SO2
  20. Ammonium Sulfate
    (NH4)2SO4

    • NH4(+) SO4(2-)
  21. When naming what are the types of compounds?
    • molecular
    • ionic
    • Acids
  22. What are the 2 types of acids?
    • Binary
    • Oxyacids: "-ic" or "ous"
  23. How do you name binary acids?
    Hydro---root name---"-ic acid"
  24. How do you name Oxyacids?
    root ion added with "-ic" or "-ous"
  25. Roman numerals are used to write which compound?
    Ionic type 2  compounds with no prefixes
  26. True or False.
    Molecular compounds are named using prefixes.
    True.
  27. Molecular compound naming is used for naming which elements?
    non-metals on the far right side of table
  28. Ionic compound naming is used for which elements?
    any compound with a metal
  29. How naming molecular compounds
    prefix for element + complete name of 1st element+ #prefix 2nd element+ root name of 2nd element + ide
  30. Ionic compounds consist of?
    • metal +nonmetal
    • metal+ polyatomic anion
    • NH4 and anion

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