1. (# gd�i9 � hpx��P�X gd�i9 � kdc $$If �l � �\ ��p��*�� �� �� �� The molecular formula of octane is … �� z h t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� If no coefficient is needed, simply leave the space blank � there is no need to place a �1� as a coefficient. . � � The ending for the second element is always removed and replaced with -ide. h�i9 CJ ^ N N N N $�x �x $If a$gd�5� � kd� $$If �l � �\ ��V KF 19. �� MgO 21. Recall that a molecular formula shows the number of atoms of each element that a molecule contains. �� l a� yt�5� � � � � � � ^ N N N N $�x �x $If a$gd�5� � kd� $$If �l � �\ ��T��* � � � � � Mixed Ionic Covalent Compound Naming Answer Key #143709 Naming compounds by mba06ht - Teaching Resources - Tes #143710 NSC-130 Atoms ions naming worksheet answers #143711 AlBr 3 17. ��*�� Acid. t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� ��*�� l a� yt�5� 7 8 9 u v ^ C > 9 gd�� gd�i9 �) h�@��H�� ��! / ��������������ŷ�����������xlxcW h�S� h�S� 5�6�CJ h�� 5�6�CJ h�S� h�� 5�6�CJ h�S� h�� 5�6�CJ h�S� h�S� CJ h�� 5�>*CJ PJ aJ h�o 5�>*CJ PJ aJ h1@� h�o 5�>*CJ PJ aJ h�� h�� 5�CJ A molecule of octane, which is a component of gasoline, contains 8 atoms of carbon and 18 atoms of hydrogen. Formula Writing And Naming Compounds Quiz #143703. Naming Binary Molecular Compounds There are four steps to name binary molecular compounds: 1. SrI 2 20. N O P O P � � � � � � � � � � � �����Ž��������wk_���k��S�S�S�S� h�5� hc CJ H*aJ hc h�i9 5�\�aJ hc hc 5�\�aJ hc h�� CJ aJ h�� 5�>*CJ PJ aJ h1@� h�� 5�>*CJ PJ aJ h�� h�� 5�>*CJ t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� �� � The naming system is for compounds composed of two. Of a compound is to determine which of the 2 compound classes it belongs. Naming Binary Molecular Compounds. ��*�� SUBSTANCE FORMULA CLASSIFICATION NAME SrS. { �� PJ aJ PJ aJ h�� 5�PJ h�i9 5�PJ Binary Covalent (Molecular) Compound: 1) List the name of the first element in the formula. Formulas and Nomenclature Binary Ionic Compounds Worksheet Name the following compounds. (# gd�i9 $a$gd�� z { � � � � ^ N N N N $�x �x $If a$gd�5� � kd( $$If �l � �\ ��V Q t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� Ag2Se. The first element keeps its name. �� t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� To download/print, click on pop-out icon or print icon to worksheet to print or download. CaBr 2 4. t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� t ��0 � � � � � � � 6� � � � � �� � � � �� � � � �� � � � �4� 4� Write a CORRECT chemical formula for each of the following substances. SUBSTANCE FORMULACLASSIFICATIONNAMESrSSeO2H2SO3 (aq)C7H16Cu3P2Cd(NO2)2C3H8IClH2SO4 (aq)HCl (aq)MnO2C9H18NiCl2�6H2OFe(C2H3O2)3SnCl4�5H2OPH3P2Se3Hg(IO2)2IF7Cu3PSn(CN)4CoSO4�7H2OC2H6HBrO4 (aq) WKS 7.4 � Formula Naming, Round Two (1 page) (NH4)2CO3Na2CO3Sn(HCO3)4Hg(ClO)2Pb(ClO2)2HNO3 (aq)HCl (aq)H3PO4 (aq)P2Br4Fe(NO2)2SbCl3Ca(ClO4)2HC2H3O2 (aq)Al2(SO4)3H2SO4 (aq)Fe2O3CrCl3Cu2SO2PF5IF5Ag2OKClO4Cl2O5 Pb3(PO4)4CoF3 Ba(OH)2B2SiN2H4P4S5NaHCO3Sr3(PO4)2As4O10ClF3N2SHgF2LiMnO4Si2Br6Bi2(SO3)5Pb(ClO3)2 � 3 H2OSeF6SBr2Cl2OP2O5MgSO4 � 9 H2O WKS 7.5 � Formula Writing, Round Two (1 page) Selenium trioxideIron (II) hypobromiteCopper (I) sulfateHexabromine monosilicideNitric AcidBoron trihydrideIodine pentabromideDichlorine heptaoxideNickel (III) iodideAntimony (III) chlorideAmmonium phosphateHypoiodous AcidSilicon dioxideCarbon tetrachlorideNickel (III) nitrateZinc bicarbonateCyclohexaneDinitrogen monoxideDinitrogen tetroxideCopper (II) sulfate pentahydratePentaneChromium (III) sulfate Carbonic AcidHydrophosphoric AcidPerchloric AcidSilver cyanideMagnesium hydroxideAmmonium SulfideAmmonium chloratePotassium oxideIron (III) sulfideDiphosphorous pentoxideOctaneHydrobromic AcidAluminum sulfiteCyclononaneMagnesium sulfate trihydrateBismuth (III) bicarbonateCopper (II) carbonateFluorine tribromideIodous AcidHyposulfurous acid WKS 7.6 � Correcting Formulas (1 page) Each of these formulas or names have something wrong with them � charges not balanced, parentheses not used correctly, endings not changed, two cations or two anions together, elements in wrong order, impossible charges, and more.