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Stravinsky’s The Firebird First Performed (1910 ). Reading: Chapter 6 All (there WILL be a quiz!) HW 5.1 : DUE Tomorrow 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 13, 25-35 (odd), 41, 45, 49, 57, 80, 81, 85, 89 HW 5.2 : DUE Monday 7/1/14 17, 19, 21, 39, 43, 47, 53, 59, 71-77 (all), 83

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Stravinsky s the firebird first performed 1910
Stravinsky’s The Firebird First Performed (1910)

  • Reading: Chapter 6 All (there WILL be a quiz!)

  • HW5.1: DUE Tomorrow

    • 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 13, 25-35 (odd), 41, 45, 49, 57, 80, 81, 85, 89

  • HW5.2: DUE Monday 7/1/14

    • 17, 19, 21, 39, 43, 47, 53, 59, 71-77 (all), 83

  • HW 6: DUE Tuesday 7/2/14 (only assignment from this chapter)

    • Chap. 6, #s 7, 9, 13, 15, 17, 25, 28, 35-43 odd, 59, 63-75 odd

  • For lab tomorrow (dry lab)

  • First Proficiency Quiz MONDAY!!

    • D.A., Sig. Figs, Metric, Math


Nomenclature the words
Nomenclature (the words)

Practice: State whether these are ionic, molecular, or an acid

HC7H6O3(aq)

Zn3P2

(NH4)2Se(aq)

CCl4

acid

ionic

ionic

molecular

HBr(aq)

CH2I2

H2CrO4(aq)

SrO

acid

molecular

acid

ionic



Ionic nomenclature the words
Ionic Nomenclature (the words)

name to formula

Step 1: write the symbol for each ion

Step 2: find the least common multiple of the charges

Step 3: figure out how many of each ion you need

Step 4: write the formula

Note: if you need more than one polyatomic ion, you MUST use parenthesis around it!!!


Ionic nomenclature the words1
Ionic Nomenclature (the words)

formula to name

non-VOS cation

VOS cation

1) Write the name of the cation

1) Write the name of the cation

1a) Figure out the roman numeral!

2) Write the name of the anion

2) Write the name of the anion

3) The End

3) The End


Ionic nomenclature the words2
Ionic Nomenclature (the words)

formula to name

non-VOS cation

VOS cation

1) Write the name of the cation

1) Write the name of the cation

1a) Figure out the roman numeral!


Bi3N5

bismuth

(V)

(V)

nitride

Total cation charges + total anion charges = 0

Bi

N3-

N3-

N3-

Bi

N3-

N3-

Bi

N3-

3x

+

-15

= 0

x = 5 = oxidation state of Bi


NiTeO4

nickel

(II)

(II)

telurate

Total cation charges + total anion charges = 0

Ni

TeO42-

TeO42-

x

+

-2

= 0

x = 2 = oxidation state of Ni


Co2(CO3)3

cobalt

(III)

(III)

carbonate

Total cation charges + total anion charges = 0

CO32-

CO32-

Co

CO32-

Co

CO32-

2x

+

-6

= 0

x = 3 = oxidation state of Co


Pb(CrO4)2

lead

(IV)

(IV)

chromate

Total cation charges + total anion charges = 0

CrO42-

CrO42-

Pb

CrO42-

1x

+

-4

= 0

x = 4 = oxidation state of Pb


MnO4-

Total cation charges + total anion charges = 0

Total atom “A” charges + total atom “B” charges = charge

O2-

O2-

O2-

Mn

O2-

O2-

1x

+

-8

=

-1

x = 7 = oxidation state of Mn


Summary of ionic nomenclature rules
Summary of Ionic Nomenclature Rules

  • Name to formula:

    • Write the symbol for each ion

    • Use the LCM of the charges to find the number of each ion needed

    • Write the formula

      • no charges should be written in the final formula

      • use parenthesis if and only if you need more than 1 polyatomic

  • Formula to name

    • Write the name of the cation first, then the name of the anion

      • if and only if cation is VOS, include roman numeral for charge


Did you get it

Name or give the formula for the following:

1) Na2Se

2) lithium nitride

3) SrI2

4) barium sulfide

5) KCl

6) aluminum oxide

Did you get it?

1) sodium selenide

2) Li3N

3) strontium iodide

4) BaS

5) potassium chloride

6) Al2O3


More practice on naming
More practice on naming:

1) cadmium chlorite

2) titanium (IV) phosphate

3) calcium acetate

4) copper (II) hydride

5) tin (IV) carbonate

6) Al(OH)3

7) AgF

8) Pb(SO3)2

9) Au2Se

10) Ni(BrO)2

1) Cd(ClO2)2

2) Ti3(PO4)4

3) Ca(C2H3O2)2

4) CuH2

5) Sn(CO3)2

6) aluminum hydroxide

7) silver fluoride

8) lead (IV) sulfite

9) gold (I) selenide

10) nickel (II) hypobromite


mercury (I) phosphite

(Hg2)3(PO3)2

Ag2CO3

silver carbonate

(NH4)3PO4

ammonium phosphate

tin (IV) sulfate

Sn(SO4)2

iron (II) hydroxide

Fe(OH)2

Co2(SO3)3

cobalt (III) sulfite

Mn(CrO4)2

manganese (IV) chromate



Na

Cl


Na

Cl


Na+

Cl-


And now for something completely different
And Now For Something Completely Different…

Co

valent

Compound

  • Co – together, shared

  • valent – having valence

  • compound -- a pure substance composed of two or more elements whose composition is constant




carbon

6 protons




CH4


Nomenclature the words3
Nomenclature (the words)

  • Molecular Compounds

    • MUST contain only nonmetals

    • MUST be neutral (no overall charge)


Molecular nomenclature the words
Molecular Nomenclature (the words)

name to formula

Step 1: write the symbol for first element and the subscript number given by the prefix

HUH?!?!?

Step 2: write the symbol for second element and the subscript number given by the second prefix

Step 3: The End


Molecular nomenclature the words1
Molecular Nomenclature (the words)

prefixes

monorail, monologue

dialogue

tricycle, triangle

think Tetris!!!

pentagon, pentagram

1 – mono

2 – di

3 – tri

4 – tetra

5 – penta


Molecular nomenclature the words2
Molecular Nomenclature (the words)

prefixes

hexagon

heptathlon

octopus, Octamom

umm… looks kinda like nine?

decade

6 – hexa

7 – hepta

8 – octa

9 – nona

10 – deca


Molecular nomenclature the words3
Molecular Nomenclature (the words)

formula to name

Step 1: write the prefix and name of first element

(the prefix “mono” is optional)

Step 2: write the prefix and name of second element

(ending of second element MUST be changed to ide)

Step 3: The End


Summary of molecular nomenclature rules
Summary of Molecular Nomenclature Rules

  • Name to formula:

    • Write the symbol for first element and the number of them

    • Write the symbol for second element and the number of them

      • has NOTHING to do with charges

  • Formula to name

    • Write the prefix and name of the first element

      • do NOT change name of element

    • Write the prefix and name of the second element

      • change end of second element to “ide”


Nomenclature of Covalent Compounds

1) I3Se7

2) SO4

3) NH3

4) SiO2

5) dinitrogen pentoxide

6) xenon hexafluoride

7) nitrogen trioxide

8) carbon tetrachloride


Nomenclature of Covalent Compounds

1) triiodine heptaselenide

2) sulfur tetroxide (NOT sulfate)

3) nitrogen trihydride (ammonia)

4) silicon dioxide

1) I3Se7

2) SO4

3) NH3

4) SiO2

5) dinitrogen pentoxide

6) xenon hexafluoride

7) nitrogen trioxide

8) carbon tetrachloride

5) N2O5

6) XeF6

7) NO3

8) CCl4



Nomenclature the words5
Nomenclature (the words)

  • Aqueous Acids

    • MUST begin with at least one hydrogen

    • MUST end with a subscript (aq)

    • MUST be neutral (no overall charge)


Acid nomenclature the words
Acid Nomenclature (the words)

formula to name

Step 1: name the anion

Step 2: change the name of the anion

HUH?!?!?!?


Acid nomenclature the words1
Acid Nomenclature (the words)

The Rules

anion

acid name

stemide

hydrostemic acid

stemite

stemousacid

stemate

stemicacid

I ate something icky at the White House


Acid nomenclature the words2
Acid Nomenclature (the words)

formula to name

Step 1: name the anion

Step 2: change the name of the anion

Step 3: The End


HC2H3O2(aq)

HNO2(aq)

H2CrO4(aq)

H2Se(aq)

HCN(aq)

HBrO(aq)

HClO4(aq)


HC2H3O2(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

HC2H3O2(aq)

HC2H3O2-1

acetate

2) change the name of the anion

acetate

 acetic acid


HNO2(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

HNO2(aq)

HNO2-1

nitrite

2) change the name of the anion

nitrite

 nitrous acid


H2CrO4(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

H2CrO4-2

H2CrO4(aq)

chromate

2) change the name of the anion

chromate

 chromic acid


H2Se(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

H2Se(aq)

H2Se-2

selenide

2) change the name of the anion

selenide

 hydroselenic acid


HCN(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

HCN(aq)

HCN-1

cyanide

2) change the name of the anion

cyanide

 hydrocyanic acid


HBrO(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

HBrO(aq)

HBrO-1

hypobromite

2) change the name of the anion

hypobromite

 hypobromous acid


HClO4(aq)

1) cover the H(s) and name the anion

HClO4(aq)

HClO4-1

perchlorate

2) change the name of the anion

perchlorate

 perchloric acid


acetic acid

nitrous acid

chromic acid

hydroselenic acid

hydrocyanic acid

hypobromous acid

perchloric acid

HC2H3O2(aq)

HNO2(aq)

H2CrO4(aq)

H2Se(aq)

HCN(aq)

HBrO(aq)

HClO4(aq)


Acid nomenclature the words3
Acid Nomenclature (the words)

name to formula

Step 1: write the symbol for the anion

Step 2: balance the charge by adding hydrogen(s) in front

Step 3: add an (aq) at the end

Step 4: The End

charge on the anion = # of hydrogens in acid


bromous acid

nitric acid

periodic acid

hydrosulfuric acid

permanganic acid

hydrofluoric acid

phosphorous acid

sulfuric acid

hypochlorous acid


bromous acid

1) change acid name to anion name

bromous acid

 bromite

2) write symbol for anion

bromite = BrO2-1

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

BrO2-1 HBrO2(aq)


nitric acid

1) change acid name to anion name

nitric acid

 nitrate

2) write symbol for anion

nitrate = NO3-1

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

NO3-1 HNO3(aq)


periodic acid

1) change acid name to anion name

periodic acid

 periodate

2) write symbol for anion

periodate = IO4-1

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

IO4-1 HIO4(aq)


hydrosulfuric acid

1) change acid name to anion name

hydrosulfuric acid

 sulfide

2) write symbol for anion

sulfide = S-2

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -2, so need 2 H

S-2 H2S(aq)


permanganic acid

1) change acid name to anion name

permanganic acid

 permanganate

2) write symbol for anion

permanganate = MnO4-1

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

MnO4-1 HMnO4(aq)


hydrofluoric acid

1) change acid name to anion name

hydrofluoric acid

 fluoride

2) write symbol for anion

fluoride = F-

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

F- HF(aq)


phosphorous acid

1) change acid name to anion name

phosphorous acid

 phosphite

2) write symbol for anion

phosphite = PO3-3

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -3, so need 3 H

PO3-3 H3PO3(aq)


sulfuric acid

1) change acid name to anion name

sulfuric acid

 sulfate

2) write symbol for anion

sulfate = SO4-2

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -2, so need 2 H

SO4-2 H2SO4(aq)


hypochlorous acid

1) change acid name to anion name

hypochlorous acid

 hypochlorite

2) write symbol for anion

hypochlorite = ClO-1

3) add hydrogen and (aq)

charge = -1, so need 1 H

ClO-1 HClO(aq)


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