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Station 1. Match formulas and names ______ potassium chloride a ) NaS 2 ______ barium bromide b ) LiI ______ lithium iodide c ) KCl ______ sodium sulfide d ) BaBr 2 Find Similarities in the names 5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

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Station 1
Station 1

Match formulas and names

  • ______ potassium chloride a) NaS2

  • ______ barium bromide b) LiI

  • ______ lithium iodide c) KCl

  • ______ sodium sulfide d) BaBr2

    Find Similarities in the names

    5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

    6. What type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) are present?

    7. If there is a metal, what family does it belong to?

    8. What type of compound (ionic, acid, covalent) is represented?

    9. How many words are in each name?

    10. Which name comes first?

    11. What is the ending of each name?

    12. Are the subscripts (lower numbers) part of the name?


Station 2
Station 2

Match formulas and names

  • ______ copper (II) chloride a) CoI3

  • ______ lead (IV) bromide b) CuCl2

  • ______ cobalt(III) iodide c) PbBr4

  • ______ tin(II) sulfide d) SnS

    Find Similarities in the names

    5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

    6. What type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) are present?

    7. If there is a metal, what family does it belong to?

    8. What type of compound (ionic, acid, covalent) is represented?

    9. How many words are in each name?

    10. Which name comes first?

    11. What is the ending of each name?

    12. Are the subscripts (lower numbers) part of the name?

    13. What does the Roman numeral represent?


Station 3
Station 3

Match formula and names

  • ______ carbon dioxide a) NCl3

  • ______ carbon monoxide b) SiF4

  • ______ nitrogen trichoride c) CO

  • ______ silicon tetrafluoride d) CO2

    Find Similarities in the names

    5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

    6. What type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) are present?

    7. If there is a metal, what family does it belong to?

    8. What type of compound (ionic, acid, covalent) is represented?

    9. How many words are in each name?

    10. Which name comes first?

    11. What is the ending of each name?

    12. Are the subscripts (lower numbers) part of the name?


Station 4
Station 4

Match formula and name

  • ______ sodium hydroxide a) NH4Cl

  • ______ potassium phosphate b) K3PO4

  • ______ ammonium chloride c) CaSO3

  • ______ calcium sulfite d) NaOH

    Find Similarities in the names

    5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

    6. What type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) are present?

    7. If there is a metal, what family does it belong to?

    8. What type of compound (ionic, acid, covalent) is represented?

    9. How many words are in each name?

    10. Which name comes first?

    11. What is the ending of each name?

    12. Are the subscripts (lower numbers) part of the name?

    13. Can you find every name on the Periodic Table?


Station 5
Station 5

Match Formulas and Names

  • ______ hydrochloric acida) HCl

  • ______ phosphoric acid b) HCN

  • ______ hydrocyanic acid c) H3PO4

  • ______ sulfurous acidd) H2SO3

    Find Similarities in the names

    5. How many different atoms are in each compound?

    6. What type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) are present?

    7. If there is a metal, what family does it belong to?

    8. What type of compound (ionic, acid, covalent) is represented?

    9. How many words are in each name?

    10. Which name comes first?

    11. What is the ending of each name?

    12. Are the subscripts (lower numbers) part of the name?

    13. Can sulfuric acid have the formula H2SO3? Explain.


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