POGIL Naming Binary Ionic Compounds (Type I)

Naming Binary Ionic Compounds (Type I)
Look at each set of compounds and then answer the questions below them.
NaCl = Sodium Chloride
MgBr2 = Magnesium Bromide
KCl = Potassium Chloride
CaI2 = Calcium Iodide
Does the first part of the chemical names for the above need to be changed from the original element’s name?
Does the second part of the formula have to be changed (like in #1)? Changed to what?
Do you do anything with the number in the formulas when writing the compound’s name?
Name the following:
a. Na2O ______________________
b. BeF2 ______________________
Lithium Oxide = Li2O
Strontium Iodide = SrI2
Sodium Nitride = Na3N
5. Where does the 2 come from in Li2O (look at the periodic chart)?
6. Why is there a 3 in the formula for sodium nitride, specifically?
7. Write the formulas for the following (don’t forget, sometimes formulas contain numbers):
a. Potassium Selenide _________________________
b. Calcium Chloride ________________________
Sodium nitrate = NaNO3
MgCO3 = Magnesium Carbonate
KOH = Potassium Hydroxide
Calcium Nitrite = Ca(NO2)2
8. What is going on with the groups of nonmetals called like NO3- (look above the windows in our classroom)?
9. Why does there have to be parentheses in Ca(NO2)2 (charges?)?
10. Name or write the formula for the following:
a. Cesium Permanganate _____________________
b. Ammonium Oxide _______________________
c. Beryllium Phosphate ______________________
CaCO3 · 2H2O = Calcium Carbonate Dihydrate
CsF · 5H2O = Cesium Fluoride Pentahydrate
(Prefixes: 1 = Mono-, 2 = Di-, 3 = Tri-, 4 = Tetra-, 5 = Penta-, 6 = Hexa-, 7 = Hepta-, 8 = Octa-, 9 = Nona-, 10 = Deca-, etc…)
11. Did the addition of “ · 2H2O” in the first one do anything to the name?
12. What do the names of the two compounds above have in common? What is different?
13. Name or write the formula for the following:
a. MgSO4 · 3H2O _______________________
b. Lithium Tartrate Monohydrate ____________________
Assignment (on the master naming sheet): Do All Type I