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Chem 105 Chapter 3 Textbook Notes

by: Maranda Butterfield

Chem 105 Chapter 3 Textbook Notes Chem 105

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Maranda Butterfield on Thursday January 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Chem 105 at Washington State University taught by Finnegan in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 162 views. For similar materials see Chem 105 in Chemistry at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 01/22/15
gt 9955 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Ionic bonds between metals and non metals involves the transfer of electrons Covalent bonds occur between two or more nonmetals involves sharing electrons a Molecular compound Cation positively charged ion Anion negatively charged ion Ionic bond Cation and anion form an ionic compound Chemical Formula represents the elements present in a compound a Usually lists from positively to negatively charged b Empirical Relative number of atoms c Molecular actual number of atoms Structural Formula Uses lines to represent bonds between the atoms Polyatomic ion Ion composed of two ro more atoms Writing the formula for an ionic compound a Write the symbol for the ions b Adjust the subscript to balance charge c Check the sum of the charges Naming Ionic Compounds Metal forms more than one type of ion Metal forms only one type of ion Name of cationBase name of anion ide Name of cationCharge of cationBase name of anion ide Naming Molecular Compounds a PrefiXName of 1St ElementPrefiXB ase name of 2nd Element ide i More metal like one goes first or greatest row number first ii Mono 1 Di 2 Tri 3 Tetra 4 Penta 5 Hexa 6 Hepta 7 Octa 8 Nona 9 Deca 10 Mono is omitted for first element Naming Binary Acids Hydrogen and nonmetal a HydroB ase of nonmental icAcid Naming Oxyacids Hydrogen and oxyanionOxyanion nonmetal and oxygen a Oxyanions ending with ate i Base name of oxyanion icacid b Oxyanions ending with ite i Base name of oxyanion ousacid Formula Mass of atoms in first element X atomic mass of atoms in second element X atomic mass Avogadro s Number 6022 X 1023 Mass of element x100 Mass Percent Mass of compound Combustion analysis Unknown compound is burned and the H20 and C02 are isolated and weighed 18 Chemical Reaction One of more substances are converted into one of more different OIICS 19 Combustion Reaction Where a substance combines With oxygen to form one or more oxygen containing compounds 20 Organic Compounds are composed of carbon and hydrogen plus a few other elements a Hydrocarbons 1 ii iii iV V Vi Contain only carbon and hydrogen Single bonds alkanes Double bonds alkenes Triple bonds alkynes Base name determined by number of C atomssuffix determined by the presence of multiple bonds Base names Methl eth2 prop3 but4 pent5 hex6 hept7 oct8 non9 dec10 b Functionalized Hydrocarbons i When an atom or atoms are incorporated into a hydrocarbon


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