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Molecular Compounds. By: Leah Gates, Stephanie Batt, Lauren Hill, Madison Page, Ross Mitchell. Definition. Molecular Compound : Two or more non metals that are held together by covalent bonds. Prefixes. Mono -1 Di - 2 Tri - 3 Tetra - 4 Penta - 5. Hexa - 6 Hepta - 7 Octa - 8

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Molecular Compounds

By: Leah Gates, Stephanie Batt, Lauren Hill, Madison Page, Ross Mitchell


Definition

Molecular Compound: Two or more non metals that are held together by covalent bonds


Prefixes

Mono -1

Di - 2

Tri - 3

Tetra - 4

Penta - 5

Hexa - 6

Hepta - 7

Octa - 8

Nona - 9

Deca - 10


Formula → Name

To change a formula into a name, you do this :

Prefix + element name; prefix + element name + “ide”

So, N2O5 becomes dinitrogen pentoxide.


NAME → FORMULA

Nitrogen dioxide tells you that each molecule of the compound contains ONE nitrogen atom and TWO oxygen atoms, so you write NO2


Name to Formula

Boron Trifluoride

Disulfurdecafluoride

Carbon Monoxide

Phosphorus Trichloride

DinitrogenTetraoxide

Formula to Name

Icl

N2O5

   NiPO4

   Al2S3

NaF4

PRACTICE!


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