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Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds

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  1. Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds

  2. Be3P2 Ionic (metal + non-metal) Beryllium phosphide

  3. Carbon dioxide Covalent (non-metal + non-metal) CO2

  4. N2O5 Covalent (non-metal + non-metal) Dinitrogenpentoxide

  5. Aluminum iodide 3+ 1- Ionic (metal + non-metal) AlI3

  6. MgBr2 Ionic (metal + non-metal) Magnesium bromide

  7. Phosphorus pentachloride Covalent (non-metal + non-metal) PCl5

  8. Sodium fluoride 1+ 1- Ionic (metal + non-metal) NaF

  9. SF6 Covalent (non-metal + non-metal) Sulfur hexafluoride

  10. NCl3 Covalent (non-metal + non-metal) Nitrogen trichloride

  11. Barium oxide 2+ 2- Ionic (metal + non-metal) BaO

  12. 4th Quarter Project Chemistry Domino Puzzles

  13. 20 Index Cards • Each student create their own puzzle • Each index card will have a question and an answer to a different question on them

  14. Arranged in a continuous pattern where the questions can match up to their correct answer • The shape of the entire puzzle can be unique or one of the shapes given as examples in class

  15. Four Categories (4-5 questions in each) • Math and Measurements in Chemistry (ex: scientific notation, calculations with scientific notation, conversions, measurement units, instruments used to measure, density problems, etc.)

  16. Four Categories (4-5 questions in each) 2. Properties of Matter (ex: chemical and physical properties of matter, physical and chemical changes, properties of water, phase changes, states of matter, etc.)

  17. Four Categories (4-5 questions in each) 3. The Atom and Periodic Table (ex: subatomic particles, Scientist who played role in Atomic Theory, elements, atomic number, find number protons, electrons, and neutrons, bohr models, etc.)

  18. Four Categories (4-5 questions in each) 4. Important Groups, Chemical Bonds and Naming Compounds (ex: identify elements or properties associated with special groups like Halogens, classify ionic or covalent bonds, how many atoms in a compound, valence electron number, oxidation number, naming ionic and covalent compounds, cations and anions, etc.)

  19. Due by Thursday May 22nd • We will be working on this in class Tuesday May 20th and Wednesday May 21st. • On Thursday May 22nd you will receive a grade for your puzzle project and we will use the puzzles to exchange and play games to help us study and prepare for our final exam. • If you miss class any of those three days you need to finish your project on your own time at home, it is still due on May 22nd or your next day in class.