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CHEM 101 February 3, 2016 FORMING COMPOUNDS Nonmetals need certain numbers of electrons Phosphorus from with charge of -3 Calcium form with charge of +2 C P a C a P C a Ca 2+ P 3- = Ca3P2s TRANSITION METALS : hAg +, Zn +2harges Example: Which compound is formed when Fe and O react? Fe O 2- Fe2O3O (cancel out numbers) Must be +2 for-2= must = 0 F e COMMON POLYATOMIC IONS *Monatomic means 1 atoms* react?e: Which compound is formed when potassium and permanganate K = charge +1 K+ MnO4 – Compound= KMnO4 Barium and Phosphate? Ba= charge group 2 = +2 Ba +2 PO4 -3 Compound: Ba3(PO4)2 (DO NOT SEPARATE PO4) MOLECULAR COMPOUND : based on sharing of electrons F F
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