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Binary Ionic Compounds Compound Naming. Science 10 Chemical Reactions. Binary Ionic Compounds - Naming. The name of the first element, the metal, is named in full. The second element, the nonmetal, is named using the stem plus an -ide ending .

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binary ionic compounds compound naming

Binary Ionic CompoundsCompound Naming

Science 10

Chemical Reactions

binary ionic compounds naming
Binary Ionic Compounds -Naming
  • The name of the first element, the metal, is named in full. The second element, the nonmetal, is named using the stem plus an -ide ending.
    • Stem = name of element minus -ine, -ygen, -ur, -ium, -ogen, -on, -ic, or -orus ending.
binary ionic compounds naming cont d
Binary Ionic Compounds -Naming (cont’d)
  • Remember
    • The positively charged ion is named first.
    • Names are written with only lowercase letters.
  • Examples
    • AgCl - silver chloride
    • MgBr2 - magnesium bromide
    • K2O - potassium oxide