Nomenclature. Binary Ionic Compounds. Naming Metal cation is always written first followed by the non-metal anion. The name of the metal is stated in full and the name of the non-metal ion is given the suffix –ide. Must contain only two kinds of atoms. Eg. Al 2 O 3 - Aluminum Oxide Formula
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Eg. CuSO4.5H2O copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate
1. Binary Acids
p99 Table 6
Note: suffix of -ide
2. Polyatomic acids (Oxyacids)
- An acid containing oxygen, hydrogen and a third element. More simply, an oxyanion and hydrogen.
p99 Table 7&8
3.1 Classifying Chemical Compounds
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When two atoms form a bond the difference in electronegativity (ΔEN) can help to determine the bond type.
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0 0.5 1.7 3.3
3.16- 2.2= 0.96 Polar Covalent
3.44- 1.66= 1.78 Ionic
2.96-2.96= 0 Covalent
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