C.7A Naming binary compounds CN

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Topic/Objective:
C.7A – OWBAT understand and apply
the rules for naming covalent
compounds and ionic compounds.
Name:
Period:
Date: January 7, 2019
Questions:
Notes:
Think of a time you heard people speaking a different language. Did you
understand what they were talking about?
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Nomenclature:
IUPAC:
Vocab
Class
Procedures
First Five Minutes:
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End of Class:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Binary compounds are composed of two types of elements.
Example.________________________________
What is a
Binary
Compound?
Rules for
Naming
Binary
Compounds
1. Binary Ionic Compounds
Metal with a nonmetal Ex._____________________________
2. Binary Covalent Compounds
Nonmetal with a nonmetal Ex.__________________________
1. The cation is always named first and the anion second.
2. The cation takes its name from the name of the element.
3. The anion is named by taking the first part of the element name (the
root) and adding –ide.
1. KCl
2. MgBr2
3. CaO
Learning
Check
4. What is the name of the compound SrBr2 ?
• Write names of elements from symbols
• Change ending of second element to –ide
*Ignore the subscripts for Ionic
Naming
Binary Ionic
Compounds
• Write names of elements from symbols
• Change ending of second element to -ide
• Add Greek prefixes from subscripts
• Don’t write “mono” on the first element.
• Drop the o/a when attaching to oxygen.
Naming
Binary
Covalent
Compounds
(with greek
prefixes)
Greek
prefixes:
mono =
di =
tri =
tetra =
penta =
hexa =
hepta =
octa =
nona =
deca =
Name the
covalent
compounds
(nonmetal +
nonmetal)
Name the
ionic
compounds
(metal +
nonmetal)
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