15.Test Review CW

Nomenclature Review
1. What are type I compounds are composed of?
2. Given the compound formula of a type II compound, example FeO, how does
one determine the charge on the cation?
3. When working with type III compounds why is charge not considered?
4. What are type II compounds composed of?
5. What does the Roman numeral in a type II compound represent?
6. Why can the quantities of a type I compound be ignored when naming the
compound? Example: MgF2 is called Magnesium fluoride, the 2 is ignored.
7. What are type III compounds composed of?
Name each of the following:
8. Al2S3
9. FeO
10. SO2
11. MgO
12. MgCl2
13. ZrN
14. CsI
15. Na3N
16. CBr4
17. BeCl2
18. NiCl
19. LiBr
20. KCl
21. MgI2
22. IBr
23. MnO2
24. Why can’t any of the polyatomic ions be part of a type III compound?
25. What type of compound (I, II, or III) does NH 4+ always form and why?
Write the compound formula for the following:
26. Iron (III) bromide
27. Calcium iodide
28. Iodine pentafluoride
29. Vanadium (III) oxide
30. Lithium sulfide
31. Magnesium iodide
32. Cobalt (II) Sulfide
33. Manganese (IV) carbonide
34. Oxygen difluoride
35. Potassium Chloride
36. Barium phosphide
37. Chromium (III) nitride
38. Aluminum sulfide
39. Iron forms both 2+ and 3+ cations. Write the formulas for the oxide, sulfide,
and chloride compound of each iron cation and give the appropriate name
for each compound.
40. Nitrogen and oxygen form numerous binary compounds, including NO, NO2,
N2O4, N2O5, N2O. Give the name of each of these compounds.
41. Most metallic elements form oxides, and often the oxide is the most common
compound of the element that is found in the earth’s crust. Write the
formulas for the oxides of the following metallic elements:
42. In which of the following pairs is the name incorrect? Give the correct name
for the formulas indicated.
Ag2O, disilver monoxide
N2O, dinitrogen monoxide
Fe2O3, Iron (II) oxide
PbO2, lead oxide
Cr2O3, chromium (III) oxide