Test Chapter 6: Chemical Names and Formulas

Chapter 8 Review:
1. Define and give an example of a:
a. Compound
b. Formula Unit
c. Ionic bond
d. Covalent bond
e. Binary compound
f. Cation
g. Anion
h. Subscript
i. Superscript
j. Variable charge
k. Polyatomic ion
l. Polyatomic compound
m. Alloy
n. Oxidation number
o. Oxyanion
p. Metallic bond
q. Metal
r. Nonmetal
2. What is the correct name of the compound:
a. NH4NO2
b. CrPO4
c. Fe2O3
d. Al2O3
e. Ag2O
f. SnO2
g. Mg(C2H3O2)2
h. Fe2S3
i. FeS
3. What is the correct formula of:
a. potassium hydroxide
b. iron (III) oxide
c. titanium (III) oxide
d. magnesium sulfide
e. calcium hydroxide
f. ammonium carbonate
g. calcium phosphate
h. ammonium carbonate
i. sodium sulfate
j. lead (II) phosphate
k. copper (II) chloride
4. What does a chemical formula tell you?
5. Give an example of a binary compound of sodium:
6. When becoming an ion, iodine will:
7. Atoms will lose or gain electrons and become ions to:
8. The correct name for:
a. N3- ion
b. S2- ion
c. Cl1- ion
d. O2- ion
e. P3- ion
9. What is the ionic charge on the chromium ion in the ionic compound that has the formula Cr2O3?
10. When naming an ion of a transition metal that has more than one common ionic charge, the
numerical value of the charge is indicated by what?
11. Which compounds end in –ide? Give 2 examples. Which compounds end in –ite? Give 2
examples. Which compounds end in –ate? Give 2 examples.
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