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Ionic Compounds. Ionic Compounds. Ion:. Any atom that has a charge. Cat ion:. An ion with a + charge. an ion:. An ion with a - charge. Ionic Bonds. A bond that forms between (+) metals and (-) non metals. Electrons are transferred and then the opposite charges attract. Octet Rule.

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Ionic Compounds

Ion:

Any atom that has a charge

Cation:

An ion with a + charge

anion:

An ion with a - charge

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Ionic Bonds

A bond that forms between (+) metals and (-) non metals.

Electrons are transferred and then the opposite charges attract.

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Octet Rule

Element always move to become more stable. Most elements change their electron configuration to match the configuration of noble gasses.

Elements want 8 valence electrons

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1+

2+

3+

3-

2-

1-

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Rules for Naming Ionic Compounds

1. The first element (metal) name does not change.

2. The second elements name ending changes to -ide

NaO

MgCl2

Al2S3

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Rules for Naming Ionic Compounds

(except for polyatomic ions, use the name on the chart)

SO42-

= sulfate

Na2SO4

= sodium sulfate

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Rules for Naming Ionic Compounds

3. If it is a transition metal Roman Numerals must be used.

FeCl2

FeCl

FeCl3

The Roman numeral tells you the charge of the transition metal

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Rules for Naming Ionic Compounds

4. There are no prefixes in ionic compounds

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Rules for Writing Ionic Compounds

1.Charge must always cancel out

+ and – charges add up to zero.

2. Find the charges from the periodic table or the chart.

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Rules for Writing Ionic Compounds

3.If the charges are the same they cancel out and it is a one to one ratio.

Ca1O1

Ca2+ , O2-

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Rules for Writing Ionic Compounds

4.If the charges are not the same then use the cross rule

Ca2+Cl1-

Ca1Cl2