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when naming a transition metal ion that can have more than one common ionic charge the numerical value of the charge is indicated by a
roman numeral following the name
which of the following correctly provides the name of the element, the symbol for the ion, and the name of the ion
copper, Cu+, cuprous ion
The nonmetals in group 6A & 7A
have a numerical charge that is found by subtracting 8 from the group number
which of the following correctly provides the names and formulas of polyatomic ions
chromate CrO4 ^2-; dichromate Cr2O7 ^2-
an -ate or -ite at the end of a compound name usually indicates that the compound contains
a polyatomic ion
in which of the following are the formula of the ionic compound and the charge on the metal ion shown correctly
Which set of chemical name and chemical formula for the same compound is correct
tin(IV) bromide, SnBr4
which set of chemical name and chemical formula for the same compound is correct
iron(III) phosphate, FePO4
which of the following correctly shows a prefix used in naming binary molecular compounds with its corresponding number
which polyatomic ions forms a neutral compound when combined with a group 1A monatomic ion in a 1:1 ratio
in naming a binary molecular compound, the number of atoms of each element present in the molecule is indicated by
compare the compositions of binary ionic and binary molecular compounds
a binary IONIC compound consist of a metal and a nonmetal, while a binary MOLECULAR compound consist of two nonmetallic elements
given the name of a binary molecular compound, describe how to write its formula. Use carbon tetrachloride as an example.
prefixes are used when writing the names of binary molecular compounds, such as carbon tetraccloride. The prefix tells how many atoms of an element are present in each molecule of the compound. You then write the symbol an dhte subscript according to the prefixes. Ex: CCl4
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