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Open Your Laptop. Open the Unit 7 guided practice PowerPoint: U7GpPeriodLastName Open the Lesson PowerPoint: U7L3NamingIonicComp2009stud.pptx Start building the tree map on slide 4. Lesson Objectives. Be able to Name binary ionic compounds from the formula.

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Open Your Laptop

  • Open the Unit 7 guided practice PowerPoint: U7GpPeriodLastName

  • Open the Lesson PowerPoint: U7L3NamingIonicComp2009stud.pptx

  • Start building the tree map on slide 4

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Lesson Objectives

  • Be able to

    • Name binary ionic compounds from the formula.

    • Name ionic compounds with transition metals.

    • Name ionic compounds with polyatomic ions.

    • State that the net charge of an ionic compound is zero.

    • Determine the charge of one ion from the charge of the other ion.

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Aside

Ionic compound = a salt

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Look through the PowerPoint and draw a tree map showing the different types of ionic compounds. - GP

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Binary Ionic Compounds

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  • Binary means two

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Binary Ionic Compounds

  • Binary means two

  • Binary ionic compound = two elements

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Binary Ionic Compounds

  • Binary means two

  • Binary ionic compound = two elements

    • One metal (cation)

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Binary Ionic Compounds

  • Binary means two

  • Binary ionic compound = two elements

    • One metal (cation)

    • One nonmetal (anion)

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Binary Ionic Compounds

  • Binary means two

  • Binary ionic compound = two elements

    • One metal (cation)

    • One nonmetal (anion)

  • Examples:

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    Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Binary means two

    • Binary ionic compound = two elements

      • One metal (cation)

      • One nonmetal (anion)

  • Notice:

    • Metal (cation, +) ion is always written first

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    Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Binary means two

    • Binary ionic compound = two elements

      • One metal (cation)

      • One nonmetal (anion)

  • Notice:

    • Metal (cation, +) ion is always written first

    • Nonmetal (anion, -) ion is written last

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    Binary Ionic Compounds - GP

    1. Binary means __________

    2. A binary ionic compound is an ________ compound between a __________ and a _________.

    3. The __________ ______ is written first.

    4. The _____________ _______ is written last.

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion (Cation) name written first

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion (Cation) name written first

    • Nonmetal ion (Anion) name written second

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Sodium

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Sodium chloride

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Strontium

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Strontium oxide

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Magnesium

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    Naming Binary Ionic Compounds

    • Metal ion name written first

    • Nonmetal ion name written second

    • Example

    • Magnesium fluoride

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    Guided Practice

    Name the following:

    NaF

    Al2O3

    MgCl2

    Li3P

    KI

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    Add to the tree map how to name binary ionic compounds. - GP Copy and Paste from slide 4.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    • Same as before just add a Roman numeral to the metal (cation) name.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    • Same as before just add a Roman numeral to the metal (cation) name.

    • The Roman numeral is the charge of the metal ion !!!!!

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    • Same as before just add a Roman numeral to the metal (cation) name.

    • The Roman numeral is the charge of the metal ion !!!!!

    • You must work backward to find the charge of the metal.

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    Add to the tree map how to name ionic compounds with transition metals.- GP Copy and Paste from slide 30.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Two Key Points for finding the charge:

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Two Key Points for finding the charge:

    1. The charge of a compound is zero.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Two Key Points for finding the charge:

    The charge of a compound is zero.

    The positive charge is equal to the negative charge.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    How do you know what the charge on the metal is?

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Since compounds have no charge (neutral).

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    The positive charge on the metal must be equal but opposite to the negative charge on the nonmetal

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Fluoride ion has a 1- charge

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Fluoride ion has a 1- charge

    2 x 1- = 2-

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Fluoride ion has a 1- charge

    2 x 1- = 2-

    Since there are two of them the total charge is 2-.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Since there are two of them the total charge is 2-.

    Copper must be 2+.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals.

    Copper (II) Fluoride

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals. - GP

    10. The Roman numeral is the ____________ of the ____________ion.

    11. What are the two key points for finding the charge of the transition metal ion?

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

    Multiply the negative charge by the number of anions.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

    Multiply the negative charge by the number of anions. This is the total negative charge.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

    Multiply the negative charge by the number of anions. This is the total negative charge.

    Put a + sign on the total negative charge, this is the total positive charge.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

    Multiply the negative charge by the number of anions. This is the total negative charge.

    Put a + sign on the total negative charge, this is the total positive charge.

    Divide the total positive charge by the number of cations.

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    Procedure for Find the Charge of a Transition Metal.

    Look up the charge of the negative ion.

    Multiply the negative charge by the number of anions. This is the total negative charge.

    Put a + sign on the total negative charge, this is the total positive charge.

    Divide the total positive charge by the number of cations. This is the charge of each transition metal ion which is the Roman numeral.

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    Draw a flow map for finding the charge of a transition metal. - GP Use Smart Art.

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals - GP

    13. FeO

    14. TiO2

    15. Cu3(PO4)2

    16. Fe2(SO4)3

    17. FeS

    18. FeCl3

    19. TiS2

    20. ZnF2

    21. CuCl

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

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    • Three kinds

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    • Three kinds

      • Metal-polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    • Three kinds

      • Metal-polyatomic

      • Polyatomic-nonmetal

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    • Three kinds

      • Metal-polyatomic

      • Polyatomic-nonmetal

      • Polyatomic-polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

    Calcium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

    Calcium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

    Calcium hydroxide

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Metal-Polyatomic

    Aluminum Sulfate

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

    Ammonium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

    Ammonium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

    Remember: Anions end in -ide

    Ammonium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

    Ammonium chloride

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-nonmetal

    Ammonium chloride

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-polyatomic

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-polyatomic

    Ammonium

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    Polyatomic-polyatomic

    Ammonium sulfate

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    What is a good indication that a compound contains a polyatomic ion?

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    Naming Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic ions.

    • What is a good indication that a compound contains a polyatomic ion?

      • It has more than two elements in the compound.

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    Ionic Compound with Polyatomic Ions. - GP

    22. What are the three types of ionic compounds that have polyatomic ions in them?

    23. Where do you find a list of polyatomic ions?

    24. What is a good indication that there is a polyatomic ion in a compound?

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    Add to the tree map how to name ionic compounds with polyatomic ions. – GP Copy and Paste from slide 36.

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    Ionic Compounds w/ Polyatomic Guided Practice

    Name the following

    Na2SO4

    (NH4)3PO4

    Al2(C2O4)3

    NaHCO3

    H2O2

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    Ionic Compounds w/ Polyatomic Guided Practice

    Name the following

    KMnO4

    Li2CrO4

    Ca(ClO)2

    AgNO3

    NiSO3

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