Chem 111 Exam 2

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  1. Name the 7 diatomic elements.
    • H2
    • N2
    • O2
    • F2
    • Cl2
    • I2
    • Br2
    • Think: HONClBrIF
  2. 1+ Charges
    Name and Formula
    • Ammonium - NH4 +
    • Hydronium - H3O +
  3. 1- Charges
    Name and Formula
    • Acetate - CH3COO -
    • Bicarbonate - HCO3 -
    • Hypochlorite - ClO -
    • Chlorite - ClO2 -
    • Chlorate - ClO3 -
    • Perchlorate - ClO4 -
    • Cyanide - CN -
    • Nitrite - NO2 -
    • Nitrate - NO3 -
    • Permanganate - MnO4 -
    • Hydroxide - OH -
  4. 2- Changes
    Name and Formula
    • Chromate - CrO4 2-
    • Dichromate - Cr2O7 2-
    • Carbonate - CO3 2-
    • Sulfite - SO3 2-
    • Sulfate - SO4 2-
  5. 3- Charges
    Name and Formula
    • Phosphite - PO3 3-
    • Phosphate - PO4 3-
  6. Which acids produce these ions?
    Acetate
    Carbonate
    Fluoride
    Chloride
    Perchlorate
    Chlorate
    • Acetic Acid
    • Carbonic Acid
    • Hydrofluoric Acid
    • Hydrochloric Acid
    • Perchloric Acid
    • Chloric Acid
  7. Which acids produce these ions?
    Chlorite
    Hypochlorite
    Bromide
    Iodide
    Cyanide
    Chromate
    • Chlorous Acid
    • Hypochlorous Acid
    • Hydrobromic Acid
    • Hydroiodic Acid
    • Hydrogen Cyanide (Prussic Acid)
    • Chromic Acid
  8. Which acids produce these ions?
    Nitrate
    Nitrite
    Phosphate
    Sulfate
    Sulfite
    • Nitric Acid
    • Nitrous Acid
    • Phosphoric Acid
    • Sulfuric Acid
    • Sulfurous Acid
  9. Where are prefixes used in naming compounds?
    Covalent or Ionic?
    Give an example
    • Covalent
    • Ex: Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide, Sulfur trioxide, tetraphosphorous decoxide.
  10. What are the common oxidation states for Zn, Cd, and Ag?
    • Zn 2+
    • Cd 2+
    • Ag 1+

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