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  1. Entry Task: Block 1 Nov. 13th/14th NEW ENTRY TASK SHEET Provide the names or formulas for the following: • Lead IV sulfide • Zn3P2 • Mercury I nitride • SnCl4 You have 5 minutes!!

  2. Practice, Practice- Binary compounds with T-metals

  3. 1. ZnCl2 2. MgF2 3. FeO 4. CoCl2 5. VCl5 6. AgCl 7. PbS 8. Fe2S3 9. Al2O3 10. GaBr3 Chlorine is -1 (2 ) = -2. Cation= +2Zinc II chloride Fluorine is -1 (2 ) = -2. Cation= +2 Magnesium fluoride Oxygen is -2 (1 ) = -2. Cation= +2Iron II oxide Chlorine is -1 (2 ) = -2. Cation= +2Cobalt II chloride Chlorine is -1 (5 ) = -5. Cation= +5Vanadium V chloride Chlorine is -1 (1 ) = -1. Cation= +1Silver I chloride Sulfur is -2 (1 ) = -2. Cation= +2Lead II sulfide Sulfur is -2 (3 ) = -6. Cation= +6/ (2)= +3 Iron III sulfide Oxygen is -2 (3 ) = -6. Cation= +6/ (2)= +3 Aluminum oxide Bromine is -1 (3 ) = -3. Cation= +3Gallium III bromide

  4. 11. MnO2 12. NiCl3 13. V4C5 14. FeN 15. Co2S3 16. Ti2S3 17. CrN 18. TiO2 19. K2Se 20. CaI2 Oxygen is -2(2 ) = -4. Cation= +4Manganese IV oxide Chlorine is -1 (3 ) = -3. Cation= +3Nickel III chloride Carbon is -4 (5) = -20. Cation= +20/4 = +5Vanadium V carbide Nitrogen is -3 (1 ) = -3. Cation= +3Iron III nitride Sulfur is -2 (3 ) = -6. Cation= +6/2 = +3Cobalt III sulfide Sulfur is -2 (3 ) = -6. Cation= +6/2 = +3Titanium III sulfide Nitrogen is -3 (1 ) = -3. Cation= +3Chromium III nitride Oxygen is -2 (2 ) = -4. Cation= +4Titanium IV oxide Selenium is -2 (1 ) = -2. Cation= +1(2)= +2 Potassium selenide Iodine is -1 (2 ) = -2. Cation= +2 Calcium iodide

  5. 21. Rb3As 22. Fe3N2 23. GeCl4 24. CsF 25. Mg2C 26. Pb2Se4 27. Cu2S 28. Ag2O 29. Fe4C3 30. NiBr Arsenic is -3 (1) = -3. Cation= +1 Rubidium arsenide Nitrogen is -3 (2 ) = -6. Cation=+6/3= +2Iron II nitride Chlorine is -1 (4) = -4. Cation= +4Germanium IV chloride Fluorine is -1 (1 ) = -1. Cation= +1 Cesium fluoride Carbon is -4 (1 ) = -4. Cation= +4/2 = +2 Magnesium carbide Selenium is -2 (4 ) = -8. Cation= +8/2 = +4Lead IV selenide Sulfur is -2 (1 ) = -2. Cation=+2/2 = +1Copper I sulfide Oxygen is -2 (1 ) = -4. Cation= +2/2 +1Silver I oxide Carbon is -4 (3 ) = -12. Cation= +12(4)= +3Iron III carbide Bromine is -1 (1 ) = -1. Cation= +1 Nickel I bromide

  6. 31. Barium hydride 32. Nickel (II) iodide 33. Iron (II) sulfide 34. Chromium (III) chloride 35. Copper (I) oxide 36. Manganese (IV) nitride 37. Iron (III) sulfide 38. Germanium arsenide 39. Zinc (II) oxide 40. Aluminum oxide Ba = +2 H= -1 = BaH2 Ni = +2 I= -1 = NiI2 Fe = +2 S= -2 = FeS Cr = +3 Cl= -1= CrCl3 Cu = +1 O= -2 = Cu2O Mn = +4 N= -3 = Mn3N4 Fe = +3 S= -2 = Fe2S3 Ge = +4 As= -3 = Ge3As4 Zn= +2 O= -2 = ZnO Al = +3 O= -2 = Al2O3

  7. 41. Cobalt (II) fluoride 42. Zinc (II) carbide 43. Nickel (III) selenide 44. Manganese (IV) arsenide 45. Copper (II) bromide 46. Lithium nitride 47. Sodium selenide 48. Vanadium (V) sulfide 49. Cobalt (III) oxide 50. Rubidium sulfide Co = +2 F= -1 = CoF2 Zn = +2 C= -4 = Zn2C Ni = +3 Se= -2 = Ni2Se3 Mn = +4 As= -3= Mn3As4 Cu = +2 Br= -1 = CuBr2 Li = +1 N= -3 = Li3N Na = +1 Se= -2 = Na2Se V = +5 S= -2 = V2S5 Co= +3 O= -2 = Co2O3 Rb = +1 S= -2 = Rb2S

  8. 51. Titanium (III) fluoride 52. Silver (I) oxide 53. Scandium (II) chloride 54. Nickel (III) iodide 55. Chromium (III) nitride 56. Potassium arsenide 57. Strontium nitride 58. Lead (IV) bromide 59. Zinc (II) carbide 60. Copper (II) fluoride Ti = +3 F= -1 = TiF3 Ag = +1 O= -2 = Ag2O Sc = +2 Cl= -1 = ScCl2 Ni = +3 I= -1 = NiI3 Cr = +3 N= -3 = CrN K = +1 As= -3 = K3As Sr= +2 N= -3 = Sr3N2 Lead = +4 Br= -1 = PbBr4 Zn = +2 C= -4 = Zn2C Cu = +2 F= -1 = CuF2

  9. Polyatomic ions Polyatomic ions: it’s a group of atoms that are covalentlybonded that carry a charge and are dealt with just like monatomic ions. Use your common ion sheet to provide the formula and charge of the following polyatomic ions Ammonium ion NH4+1 Acetate ion C2H3O2-1 Nitrite ion NO2-1 Phosphate ion PO4-3 Sulfate ion SO4-2 Chlorate ion ClO3-1

  10. What about polyatomic ions? When dealing with polyatomic ions, treat them just like monatomic ions Potassium nitrate Barium sulfate Iron III phosphate K+1 NO3–1 Ba+2 SO4–2 Fe+3 PO4–3 KNO3 BaSO4 FePO4 Potassium phosphate Ammonium chloride NH4+1 Cl–1 K+1 PO4–3 Silver I Carbonate NH4Cl Ag+1 CO3–2 K3PO4 Ag2CO3

  11. What about polyatomic ions? When dealing with polyatomic ions, treat them just like monatomic ions CuNO2 Ag2SO3 NaCN Silver I Sulfite Sodium cyanide Copper I nitrite CrSeO4 AuBO3 Chromium II selenate Gold III borate Hg2MnO4 Mercury I permanganate

  12. Use ( ) to group polyatomic ions Iron II phosphate Aluminum chlorate Fe+2 PO4–3 Al+3 ClO3–1 Fe+2 ClO3–1 PO4–3 Fe+2 ClO3–1 Al(ClO3)3 Fe3(PO4)2 Ammonium sulfite NH4+1 SO3–2 NH4+1 (NH4)2SO3

  13. Use ( ) to group polyatomic ions Cu3(PO4)2 Ba(NO2)2 Al2(SO3)3 Cu+? Cu+? Cu+? +6 PO4+3 PO4+3 +6 Barium nitrite Aluminum sulfite Cu+2 Copper II phosphate

  14. Use ( ) to group polyatomic ions Sn(OH)4 Fe2(ClO2)3 Ag3BO3 OH-1 OH-1 OH-1 OH-1 -4 Ag+? Ag+? Ag+? +3 Fe+? Fe+? +6 ClO2-2 ClO2-2 ClO2-2 -6 BO3-3 -3 Sn+? +4 Sn+4 Fe+3 Ag+1 Tin IV hydroxide Iron III Chlorite Silver I borate

  15. Polyatomic ions- Practice Ag2O Oxide Silver Ag+1 O-2 CO3-2 K+1 K2CO3 Potassium Carbonate Sulfate Li+1 Lithium sulfate SO4-2 Lithium Bromide Na+1 Sodium NaBr Br-1

  16. Polyatomic ions- Practice

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  18. Polyatomic ions- Practice

  19. HW: Ionic Battleship II The war continues