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KDL's Binary Molecular Compound Nomenclature Practice

No Ions here! All these two-element molecules end in -ide. Use prefixes like mono-, di-, tri-... to distinguish multiple possible combinations. If the prefix ends in a vowel and the element begins with a vowel, drop the prefix's vowel.
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CO
carbon monoxide
CO₂
carbon dioxide
N₂O
dinitrogen monoxide
N₂O₄
dinitrogen tetroxide
NO₂
nitrogen dioxide
CF₄
carbon tetrafluoride
BCl₃
boron trichloride
SF₆
sulfur hexafluoride
PCl₃
phosphorus trichloride
PCl₅
phosphorous pentachloride
NO
nitrogen monoxide
N₂O₅
dinitrogen pentoxide
NI₃
nitrogen triiodide
CS₂
carbon disulfide
SeCl₆
selenium hexachloride
SO₂
sulfur dioxide
BF₃
boron trifluoride
CCl₄
carbon tetrachloride
HF
hydrogen fluoride
HCl
hydrogen chloride
HI
hydrogen iodide
HBr
hydrogen bromide
H₂S
hydrogen sulfide
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