Bundle Notes for September
Bundle Notes for September CHM1050
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Date Created: 11/02/15
Molly Kitchen CHM1050 09-09-2015 Class Lecture Molecule: at least two atoms held in a definite arrangement by chemical bonds Imperial formula: lowest whole number ratio of the atoms Naming Compounds- AKA "nomenclature" Ionic compounds = metal (+charged/ aution) + nonmetal (-charged/ anion) BINARY (2 types of atoms) name: "metal" + "base of anion"+ "ide" NaCl = Sodium Chloride KBr = potassium bromide ZnI2= Zinc Mg (+2) Cl (-) = MgCl 2 Ternary (3 types of atoms) Compounds: Na(OH) sodium hydroxide Ca(OH) calcium hydroxide 2+ + Fe = ferrous FeCl2= ferrous chloride Cu = cuprous Fe3+ = ferric FeCl = ferric chloride Cu 2+= cupric 3 Stock System 2+ Mn Mn (II) "manganese two" Mn 3+ Mn (III)"manganese three" 4+ Mn Mn (IV)"manganese four" Naming Molecular Compounds "name of 1st atom" + "base of 2nd atom" + "ide" SiC = silicon carbide CO = carbon monoxide CO2= carbon dioxide HCl = hydrogen chloride Molly Kitchen CHM1050 Acid: something that yields hydrogen when added to water "hydro" + "anion base" + "ic" + "acid" HCl = hydrochloric acid oxoacid = H, O, + some central element H 2O =3carbonic acid H 2O =4sulfuric acid Molly Kitchen CHM1050 add oxygen: HClO = 3hloric acid HClO 4 perchloric acid Base: a substance that yields hydroxide ions when in water Hydrates: compounds that have a specific number of water molecules attached to them Molly Kitchen CHM1050
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