Flashcards in Nomenclature Deck (31):
When naming binary ionic compounds that has a cation with multiple charges, you must specify the charge using _______________
For ______________ you should always used the name assigned to it
If the first word in the compound is a metal or ammonium, it is an ________________
Ionic compounds are ________
When writing ionic formulas, ___________ must be used when there is a multiple of a certain polyatomic ion
_____________________ are made of two
Binary covalent compounds
Binary covalent compounds use __________
What is the prefix for 1?
What is the prefix for 2?
What is the prefix for 3?
What is the prefix for 4?
What is the prefix for 5?
What is the prefix for 6?
What is the prefix for 7?
What is the prefix for 8?
What is the prefix for 9?
What is the prefix for 10?
When naming binary covalent compounds the first word takes the name of the element with the suitable ___________
When naming binary covalent compounds the second word takes the name of the element with the _______ suffix and the suitable prefix
Formulas for acids usually start with ______
For organic acids the cation of often placed at the _______ of the formula
What are the two types of acids we look at?
-acids containing oxygen
-acids that do not contain oxygen
To name all acids you must look at the ______
Oxygen containing acids have ______________
When naming oxygen containing acids, write the name of the polyatomic ion but change ate to _______ and add the word acid
When naming oxygen containing acids, write the name of the polyatomic ion but change ite to ____________ and add the word acid
___________________ acids have monoatomic or polyatomic anions
When naming non-oxygen containing acids write the name of the anion but change ide to ___________, add the prefix hydro and the word acid
Ionic compounds that trap water within their structures
When writing formulas for hydrates add a dot and the correct number of ________ taken from the prefix