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Covalent Compounds

Examples of formula and name of compounds from Lab #8 - numbers are subscript

CS2 Carbon disulfide
OF2 Oxygen difluoride
P4O10 Tetraphosphorus decoxide
N2O4 Dinitrogen tetroxide
SO3 Sulfur trioxide
PI3 Phosphorus triiodide
CBr4 Carbon tetrabromide
N2O2 Dinitrogen dioxide
SO2 Sulfur dioxide
Cl2O Dichlorine monoxide
NaI Sodium Iodide
Cu3(PO4)2 Copper II phosphate
KHCO3 Potassium hydrocarbonate
Mg(OH)2 Magnesium hydroxide
Zn(NO2)2 Zinc nitrate
Co(HSO4)2 Cobalt II hydrogen sulfate
Ba(NO3)2 Barium nitrate
(NH4)2SO3 Ammonium sulfite
MnF2 Manganese II fluoride
SnCO3 Tin II carbonate
Cd3N2 Cadmium nitride
Pb(SO4)2 Lead IV sulfate
Sr(ClO3)2 Strontium chlorate
LiC2H3O2 Litium acetate
AgBr Silver bromide
Mono One
Di Two
Tri Three
Tetra Four
Penta Five
Hexa Six
Hepta Seven
Octa Eight
Nona Nine
Deca Ten
Covalent compound Two nonmetal elements share electrons
Polar bond Unequal sharing of electrons between two different nonmetals. Positive and negative charges attract.
Nonpolar bond Equal sharing of electrons between atoms of the same element. No poles of charge.
Ionic bond Metal to a nonmetal - compound will be electrically neutral.
Cations Positively charged ions
Anions Negatively charged ions
Created by: daydreamer67