CHEM 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Copper(I) Oxide, Magnesium Oxide, Ionic Compound

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Nomenclature contd.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
4:07 PM
Will not be tested on this but may come across it:
Common names
Ion with the lower charge = "ous" (o in -ous = lower)
Ion with the higher charge = "-ic" (I in -ic = higher)
Naming a Type II ionic Compound
CoO
Step 1: Recognize that you have a type II ionic compound. Where is Co on the periodic
table?
Step 2: Which atom only forms one ion?
Step 3: What must the charge of the Co ion be then?
Step 4: use your naming rules plus the roman numeral for the metal
Practice:
Name each of the following compounds:
LiCl = lithium chloride
MgO = magnesium oxide
CoCl2 = cobalt (II) chloride
Cu2O = copper (I) oxide
CrS = chromium (II) sulfide
Polyatomic Ions
-consist of two or more atoms chemically bonded together
-carry an overall net charge
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