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Nomenclature Comp.

The nomenclature for compounds that are inorganic

What is the formula for -2 Oxygen hypoROOTide
What is the ending for -1 Oxygen -ite
What is the formula for +1 Oxygen perROOTate
For binary acids, what is the formula and list one example Hydro + root + -ic + acidHCl - Hydrocloric acid
For acids containing polyatomic ions, what is the formula and list one example root + -ic or -ous + acidH2SO4 - Sulfuric Acid
For metal-nonmetal bonding, what are the rules?What is Fe2S3 Say the name of the metal, then the name of the non metal and add -ide. If the metal is a transition element then list which oxydation state it is in.Iron (II) Sulfide
List the specail metals Zinc, Aluminum, Cadmium, and Silver
What is the fromula for nonmetal-nonmetal bonding? Say the first prefix followed by the name of the element (unless that element has a mono- prefix). Then say the second prefix, followed ny the element, then the suffix -ide.Prefix+element+prefix+root+-ide
Name the greek roots Mono, di, tri, tetra, penta, hexa, hepta, octa, nona
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