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Compounds 1

Ions, Ionic and Molecular compound properties, naming

Oxidation (ion formed) by Group 1 Elements +1
Category of elements that lose electrons metals
Category of elements that gain electrons nonmetals
Oxidation (ion formed) by Group 16 Elements -2
These compounds have balanced charges ionic
These compounds transfer electrons ionic
These compounds often form flexible solids, liquids, or even gases molecular (covalent)
These compounds often have high melting and boiling points ionic
These compounds share valence electrons covalent
These elements can have variable oxidation states (form different ions) Transition Metals
These elements are on the left side of the periodic table metals
These elements are in groups 3-12 Transition metals
These compounds conduct electricity when dissolved in water ionic
Organic molecules (molecules in living things) are usually this type of compound molecular (covalent)
This bond forms between 2 nonmetals covalent
A metal and nonmetal will form this type of compound ionic
Chemically unstable elements do this to become stable lose or gain electrons
An atom is chemically stable when it has this condition full valence level
Valence energy levels (except for the 1st) are full with this many electrons 8
Type of compound named with prefixes molecular (covalent)
Type of compound that requires a roman numeral Ionic compound with a Transition metal
Type of compound in which you have to determine the formula by looking at the charge of the anion and cation Ionic compound
C2O5 Type Molecular (covalent)
C2O5 Name Dicarbon Pentoxide
MgO Type Ionic
MgO Name Magnesium Oxide
Is Methane molecular or ionic molecular
Formula for Methane CH4
Formula for Ammonia NH3
Na2O Name Sodium Oxide
BaF2 Name Barium Fluoride
BaF2 Type Ionic
SeBr3 Name Selenium Tribromide
S2Cl Name Disulfur Monochloride
NiF2 Name Nickel (II) Fluoride
Diphosphorus Pentabromide Formula P2Br5
NBr Name Nitrogen Monobromide
Magnesium Chloride Formula MgCl2
Chromium (IV) Oxide Formula CrO2
Number of Calcium atoms in Calcium Phosphide 3
Number of Aluminum atoms in Aluminum Bromide 1
Lead (II) Sulfide formula PbS
prefix that means 4 tetra
prefix that means 6 hexa
prefix that means 2 di
prefix that means 5 penta
prefix that means 8 octa
Dinitrogen Tetrasulfide formula N2S4
Sodium Phosphide formula Na3P
TiO2 Name Titanium (IV) Oxide
P3Cl Name Triphosphorus Monochloride
Aluminum Oxide formula Al2O3
Number of Atoms in H2O molecule 3
Number of Hydrogen atoms in ammonia 3
Number of carbon atoms represented by C6H12O6 6
Number of elements represented by C6H12O6 3
Number of atoms represented by C6H12O6 24
Number of compounds represented by C6H12O6
Created by: jaredlovering