Chemistry Chapter 3

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Chemistry Chapter 3
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  1. Name Cl-
    Chloride
  2. K+
    Potassium
  3. Fe3+
    Iron(III)
  4. NH4+
    Ammonium
  5. Acetate
    C2H3O2-
  6. Carbonate
    CO32-
  7. Hydrogen Carbonate / Bicarbonate
    HCO3-
  8. Hydroxide
    OH-
  9. Nitrite
    NO2-
  10. Nitrate
    NO3-
  11. Chromate
    CrO42-
  12. Dichromate
    Cr2O72-
  13. Phosphate
    PO43-
  14. Hydrogen Phosphate
    HPO42-
  15. Dihydrogen Phospate
    H2PO4-
  16. Hypochlorite
    ClO-
  17. Chlorite
    ClO2-
  18. Chlorate
    ClO3-
  19. Perchlorate
    ClO4-
  20. Permanganate
    MnO4-
  21. Sulfite
    SO32-
  22. Hydrogen Sulfite
    HSO3-
  23. Sulfate
    SO42-
  24. Hydrogen sulfate (bisulfate)
    HSO4-
  25. Cyanide
    CN-
  26. Peroxide
    O22-
  27. What metals for cations with different charges?
    • Chromium
    • Iron
    • Colbalt
    • Copper
    • Tin
    • Mercury
    • Lead
  28. In cations with different charges what last name goes with the +2 charge?

    +3 charge?
    • ous = +2
    • IC = +3
  29. How to convert grams to moles?
    To convert grams to moles, divide the mass in grams by the molar mass.
  30. How to find the number of O atoms in 2.00g of CO2?
    • 1: Convert to moles.
    • 2: Multiply by (6.022 x 10^23)
    • 2: Multiply by 2 since there are 2 oxygen atoms.
  31. Formula for mass percentage of F in SF6?
    • (Molar mass of F) x 6
    • -------------------------    x 100%
    • Mass of 1 mol of SF
  32. What are the rules of naming hydrocarbons?

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