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Review– Naming Chemical Compounds The following are a good mix of naming and formula writing problems to help you get some practice. Name the following chemical compounds: 1) NaBr _____ 2) Ca(C 2 H 3 O 2) 2 _____ 3) P 2 O 5 _____
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Chapter 7 Ionic Compound Naming (Practice Quiz) (with oxidation numbers and correct subscript latex codes)
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Naming Compounds – Part 2 – YouTube: This video explains how to use a chemical name to write the formula for that compound. Naming Acids and Bases Acid names are based on the anion they form when dissolved in water; base names follow the rules for ionic, organic, or molecular compounds.
You rocked this quiz! It's obvious you've studied how to name ionic compounds and write the formulas from the names. You might want to review the rules for naming ionic compounds to make certain you've mastered them. The next step is predicting whether two species will form ionic or covalent bonds.
Ionic compounds are neutral compounds made up of positively charged ions called cations and negatively charged ions called anions. For binary ionic compounds (ionic compounds that contain only two types of elements), the compounds are named by writing the name of the cation first followed by the name of the anion. For example, KCl, an ionic compound that contains K+ and Cl- ions, is named ...