Chem, Chapter 7
Vocabulary review for chapter 7, chemical formulas
An ion made of more than one atom.
A compound's formula represents a definite amount of that compound called a ___.
A ___ is a neutral particle formed when neutral atoms combine.
A ___ is a shorthand representation of an element.
An atom that has become electrically charged.
The simplest whole-number ratio of atoms or ions in a compound is indicated by a(n) ___.
A ___ is any compound containing only two elements.
A compound composed of charged particles is called a(n) ___
A(n) ___ is a combination of symbols representing the composition of a compound.
A formula for a compound that exists as a molecule is called a(n) ___.
The charge on a monatomic ion is known as its ___.
a negatively charged ion
a positively charged ion
an ion made out of one type of element only
an ion made out of more than 1 type of element. It is a molecule has has become charged.
The name and symbol of the oxygen ion
The proper formula if you try to combine aluminum and oxide
proper name for Na2O
Iron (II) Sulfide
proper name for FeS (since Fe has more than 1 oxidation number)
name of UF6 (using the prefix method for binary molecules)
Name of this acid - HCl. (acids get a different set of naming rules
Name of this acid - HNO3. (acids get a different set of naming rules
Name of this acid - H2SO4. (acids get a different set of naming rules
Name this organic compound - C7H16 (remember organics gets its own set of naming rules)
How many formula units are shown in the following - 6H2SO4
What is the empirical formula that goes with the following molecular formula - C8H18