Intro to Chem Quiz 5

Acetate
C2H3O2 -1
Acid Rule 4

Hydro if only another single element

i.e. HydroChloric Acid -> HCl

Acid Rule 5

No Hydro if polyatomic present

 

HNO2 -> Nitrous Acid

Acid Rule 1
Ate -> ic
Acid Rule 2
ite -> ous
Acid Rule 3

H always in front

 

Ammonium
NH4 +1
Argon
Ar
Barium
Ba +2
Boron
B +3
Bromine
Br -1 (Diatomic)
Calcium
Ca +2
Carbon
C +4 -4
Carbonate
CO3 -2
Chlorate
ClO3 -1
Chlorine
Cl -1 (Diatomic)
Chromium
Cr
Cobalt
Co
DiAtomic Atoms

Hydrogen

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Fluorine

Chlorine

Bromine

Iodine

Fluorine
F -1 (Diatomic)
Gold
Au
Halogens

Fluorine

Chlorine

Iodine

Bromine

Helium
He
Hydrogen
H +1 (Diatomic)
Hydrogen Carbonate (or bicarbonate)
HCO3 -1
Hydroxide
OH -1
Iodine
I -1 (Diatomic)
Iron
Fe
Krypton
Kr
Lithium
Li +1
Magnesium
Mg +2
Manganese
Mn
Mercury
Hg
Neon
Ne
Nickel
Ni
Nitrate
NO3 -1
Nitrite
NO2 -1
Nitrogen
N -3 (Diatomic)
Noble Gases

Helium

Neon

Argon

Krypton

Xenon

Radon

Oxygen
O -2 (Diatomic)
Phosphate
PO4 -3
Phosphorus
P -3
Platinum
Pt
Polyatomic Ions

Acetate

Chlorate

Hydroxide

Ammonium

Carbonate

Nitrate

Nitrite

Phosphate

Sulfate

Sulfite

Hydrogen Carbonate (bicarbonate)

Potassium
K +1
Radium
Ra +2
Radon
Rn
Silicon
Si +4 -4
Silver
Ag +1
Sodium
Na +1
Sulfate
SO4 -2
Sulfite
SO3 -2
Sulfur
S -2
Xenon
Xe
Zinc
Zn +2
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