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TRANSITION METALS- formula to name. KF CHEMISTRY. Naming compounds with transitions. Example Compound FeCl 2 STEP 1: Identify transition metal cation, and anion from formula Iron Chloride. Naming compounds with transitions. Example Compound FeCl 2

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naming compounds with transitions
Naming compounds with transitions

Example Compound

FeCl2

STEP 1: Identify transition metal cation, and anion from formula

Iron

Chloride

naming compounds with transitions1
Naming compounds with transitions

Example Compound

FeCl2

STEP 2: Identify charge (oxidation number) of transition metal cation.

Fe+2 (iron has a +2 charge)

naming compounds with transitions2
Naming compounds with transitions

Example Compound

FeCl2

STEP 3: Write oxidation number of transition metal after the name of the metal as a roman numeral in parentheses

Iron (II) Chloride

practice
Practice!!!

Name the following transition metal ionic compounds

NiCl2

Nickel (II) Chloride

Cu2O

Copper (I) Oxide

SnBr4

Tin(IV) Bromide