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1 Names & s for Ionic Compounds Determine the correct NAME for the ionic compounds listed below: Chemical Name Chemical Name NaCl Sodium chloride CaCl 2 Calcium chloride CaO Calcium oxide FeF 3 Iron (III) fluoride MgCl 2 Magnesium chloride FeF 2 Iron (II) fluoride LiBr Lithium bromide CuO Copper (II) oxide Al 2O 3 Aluminum oxide ZnI 2 Zinc iodide BeS Beryllium sulfide Ag 3P Silver phosphide MgO Magnesium oxide SnBr 4 Tin (IV) bromide NaF Sodium fluoride SnS Tin (II) sulfide K 2S Potassium sulfide PbO 2 Lead (IV) oxide Write the correct CHEMICAL FORMULA for the ionic compounds listed below: Name Chemical Name Chemical calcium chloride CaCl 2 lead (IV) iodide PbI 4 aluminum fluoride AlF 3 lead (IV) sulfide PbS 2 beryllium oxide BeO lead (II) sulfide PbS sodium chloride NaCl silver bromide AgBr copper (II) iodide CuI 2 aluminum nitride AlN magnesium sulfide MgS calcium phosphide Ca 3P 2 lithium phosphide Li 3P zinc fluoride ZnF 2 beryllium bromide BeBr 2 aluminum sulfide Al 2S 3 iron (III) oxide Fe 2O 3 silver nitride Ag 3N potassium sulfide K 2S tin (IV) oxide SnO 2

2 Polyatomic Compounds Nomenclature Name of Compound 1. potassium chlorate KClO 3 2. sodium nitrate NaNO 3 3. aluminum carbonate Al 2(CO 3) 3 4. ammonium sulfate (NH 4) 2SO 4 5. lead (II) chlorate Pb(ClO 3) 2 6. lead (IV) chlorate Pb(ClO 3) 4 7. iron (II) phosphate Fe 3(PO 4) 2 8. iron (III) phosphate FePO 4 9. silver phosphate Ag 3PO zinc sulfate ZnSO copper (II) chlorate Cu(ClO 3) ammonium hydroxide NH 4OH 13. copper (I) nitrate CuNO tin (II) hydroxide Sn(OH) iron (II) chlorate Fe(ClO 3) 2 Ammonium chlorate 16. NH 4ClO 3 Silver phosphate 17. Ag 3PO 4 Iron (II) nitrate 18. Fe(NO 3) 2 Lead (II) sulfate 19. PbSO 4 Copper (I) sulfate 20. Cu 2SO 4 Potassium carbonate 21. K 2CO 3 Aluminum sulfate 22. Al 2(SO 4) 3 Copper (II) carbonate 23. CuCO 3 Iron (III) hydroxide 24. Fe(OH) 3 Zinc phosphate 25. Zn 3PO 4

3 Ionic Compounds Nomenclature Worksheet (Binary and Polyatomic Mixture!) 1. Write the formulas for the following compounds: Name of Compound 1. magnesium sulfate MgSO 4 2. copper (I) chlorate CuClO 3 3. aluminum nitride AlN 4. lithium iodide LiI 5. calcium nitrate Ca 3N 2 6. lead (II) nitrate PbSO 4 7. lead (II) nitride Pb 3N 2 8. magnesium hydroxide Mg(OH) 2 9. aluminum phosphate AlPO potassium bicarbonate KHCO magnesium nitride Mg 3N iron (II) oxide Fe 2O copper (II) carbonate CuCO magnesium oxide MgO 15. tin (IV) bromide SnBr ammonium carbonate (NH 4) 2CO lead (II) oxide PbO 18. copper (II) sulfate CuSO zinc hydroxide Zn(OH) silver sulfide Ag 2SO 4

4 2. Write the names for the following compounds: Name of Compound 1. Li 2O Lithium oxide 2. AlCl 3 Aluminum chloride 3. MgSO 4 Magnesium sulfate 4. MgS Magnesium sulfide 5. Ag 3P Silver phosphide 6. Cu 2SO 4 Copper (I) sulfate 7. PbS Lead (II) sulfide 8. SnO 2 Tin (IV) oxide 9. FePO 4 Iron (III) phosphate 10. Mg 3P 2 Magnesium phosphide 11. ZnO Zinc oxide 12. CuI Copper (I) iodide 13. Cu 3(PO 4) 2 Copper (II) phosphate 14. Cu 3P 2 Copper (II) phosphide 15. NH 4OH Ammonium hydroxide 16. Na 3N Sodium nitride 17. BeF Beryllium fluoride 18. KBr Potassium bromide 19. Pb(ClO 3) 4 Lead (IV) chlorate 20. PbCl 4 Lead (IV) chloride

5 Molecular Compounds Nomenclature Carbon dioxide CO 2 Carbon monoxide CO Diphosphorus pentoxide P 2O 5 Dinitrogen monoxide N 2O Silicon dioxide SiO 2 Iodine gas I 2 Carbon tetrabromide CBr 4 Tetrasulfur dioxide S 4O 2 Triphosphorus pentabromide P 3Br 5 Iodine trichloride ICl 3 Pentanitrogen triiodide N 5I 3 Dinitrogen trioxide N 2O 3 Chlorine gas Cl 2 N 2O 4 SO 3 N 2O 3 NH 3 Br 2 O 3 As 2O 5 PCl 3 CCl 4 H 2O SeF 4 H 2 NP C3N4 Dinitrogen tetroxide Sulfur trioxide Dinitrogen trioxide Nitrogen trihydride (ammonia) bromine Ozone Diarsenic pentoxide Phosphorus trichloride Carbon tetrachloride Dihydrogen monoxide (water) Selenium tetrafluoride Hydrogen Nitrogen monophosphide tricarbon tetranitride

6 PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: Names and s (Ionic, Polyatomic, and Molecular Compounds) 1. a. CaF2 k. K2SO4 b. CS2 l. Ba3N2 c. NI3 m. Al(OH)3 d. Na3P n. F2 e. Cl2O o. SiO2 f. Fe2(CO3)3 p. Ca(OH)2 g. Pb(SO4)2 q. H2 h. P2S5 r. Cu3N i. SnCl4 s. SO3 j. Mg(ClO3)2 t. Fe3(PO4)2 2. a. carbon tetrachloride k. sodium nitrate b. magnesium chlorate l. triphosphorus monochloride c. carbon monoxide m. disulfur pentafluoride d. nitrogen gas n. aluminum chlorate e. lead (IV) sulfide o. iron (II) chloride f. aluminum carbonate p. dinitrogen monoxide g. sodium sulfate q. copper (I) chlorate h. silver oxide r. lithium phosphate i. aluminum sulfate s. tin (II) oxide j. lithium sulfate t. zinc chloride

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