CHEM101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Iron(Iii) Chloride, Copper(Ii) Sulfate, Covalent Bond

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The following set of notes will not be covered in class but you are responsible for it. All ionic compounds should be named by citing the cation first, followed by the anion. The name of the cation is the same as the metal. The name of the anion takes the root of the non-metal but adds the suffix ide. Metals, especially the transition metals, can form more than one type of ion, roman numerals within brackets should to be used. For example: iron (ii) chloride for fecl2 and iron (iii) chloride for fecl3. The formula presented must be of zero net charge. Anions with more oxygen is named by using the suffix ate. Anions with less oxygen is named by using the suffix ite. Some anions with hydrogen atoms are named by adding the word hydrogen" prior to the name of the anion without the hydrogen. Fill in the blanks for the following table:

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