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Science says how olympians have changed

Science Says……How Olympians Have Changed

  • http://www.cbc.ca/sochi2014/sciencesays/video/the-science-of-stretching-and-warming-up


Learning goals

Learning goals:

  • By the end of class, I will be able to:

    • Write the formula AND name the chemical formula for ionic compounds

    • Recognize multivalent elements on the periodic table

    • Write the formula AND name multivalent compounds


Science says how olympians have changed

RECAP:

What do we know about ionic compounds???

  • Ionic compounds exist between a metal and non-mental

  • The overall charge of an ionic compound is 0.

  • To name ionic compound, write the metal first and the non-metal second, change the ending of the non-metal to “ide”


Review naming writing uni valen t ionic compounds

Review Naming & Writing Univalent Ionic Compounds

  • MgS

  • NaCl

  • Al2O3

  • Calcium sulphide

  • Zinc phosphide

  • Calcium iodide

  • Potassium fluoride


Science says how olympians have changed

Challenge #1 – Complete with a Partner

  • Are the following ionic compounds possible? Explain why or why not.

    • (a) Ca2P3

    • (b) LiI

    • (c) NaBr


Science says how olympians have changed

Crisscross Rule for Writing Formulas

Step 1: Write the symbols of each element (remember to write the symbol for the metal first)

Step 2: Write the ion charge above each corresponding symbol. Remember that the ion charge is based on the number of electrons gained (negative) OR lost (positive) to become an ion.

Step 3: Crisscross the ion charges, erase the signs ofeach ion charge, and write them as subscripts


Science says how olympians have changed

Examples of Writing Formulas

  • Write the correct formula for a compound of aluminum and sulphur

  • (a)

3+

2-

AlS

=Al2S3


Science says how olympians have changed

Examples of Writing Formulas

  • Write the correct formula for a compound of barium and oxygen

  • (b)

2+

2-

BaO

=Ba2O2

Note: If you need the same number of each ion, you can reduce the formula to one of each ion, as shown here.

=BaO


Science says how olympians have changed

Challenge #2 – Complete with a Partner

  • What do you do if an ion has two or more possible charges?

    • Give examples to support your answer.


Multivalent elements

Multivalent Elements

  • A metal that can form an ion in more than one way

    • Which elements in the periodic table have more than one ionic charge?

  • the name of an ion of a multivalent metal ALWAYS contains a Roman numeral that indicates the ion charge

    • ONLY multivalent metals have Roman numerals!!!

      Eg: Copper 1+ is named copper (I)

      Copper 2+ is named copper (II)


Multivalent compounds

Multivalent Compounds

  • The roman numeral indicates the ionic charge of the multivalent metal

    Eg: Copper (II) chloride 2+ 1- Copper (II) chlorine CuCl2


Example

Example:

  • Name this multivalent compound:

    • MnO2

  • Write the formula for this multivalent compound

    • Copper (II) oxide


Practice naming writing multivalent ionic compounds

Practice Naming & Writing Multivalent Ionic Compounds

Platinum(IV) oxide

Iron(III) sulfide

Copper(I) oxide

  • TiF4

  • Cr3P2

Sn3N4


Stump your partner

Stump your partner

  • On a sheet of paper, write down the chemical formula or name of 10 compounds

    • 5 should be ionic compounds

    • 5 should be multivalent ionic compounds

  • Switch papers with a partner and see if you can name or write the formula for their compounds!


Science says how olympians have changed

Magnesium Oxide

  • Aluminum Oxide

Potassium Chloride

Sodium Bromide

  • Lithium Oxide

  • Nickel (II) Phosphide

  • Zinc Oxide

  • Mercury (I) Oxide

Cobalt (II) Oxide

Iridium Nitride

  •  Li2O

  •  CaBr2

  •  Ni3N2

KI

  • SnBr4

  •  Al2S3

  •  Cd3N2

  •  Fe203

  • CuCl

  • AuF


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