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Solved: Is each name correct for the given formula? If not, provide the correct name.(a)

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Problem 96P

Is each name correct for the given formula? If not, provide the correct name.

(a)        HNO3(aq)      hydrogen nitrate

(b)        NaClO              sodium hypochlorite

(c)        CaI2                  calcium diiodide

(d)        SnCrO4            tin chromate

(e)        NaBrO3           sodium bromite

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Solution 96P

Here we are going to the correct name of the following compounds.

(a)        HNO3(aq)      

It is an acid and it  contains the nitrate (NO3-) ion. So

The correct name of the compound will be Nitric acid.

(b)        NaClO    

It is a ionic compound which is formed by Na+(metal) ion and ClO- (polyatomic ion having non metals) ion by ionic bonding.

The correct name of the compound will be Sodium hypochlorite.

(c)        CaI2    

It is a ionic compound which is formed by Ca2+(metal) ion and I- (nonmetal) ion by ionic bonding.

The correct name of the compound will be Calcium iodide.

(d)        SnCrO4  

It is a ionic compound which is formed by Sn2+(metal) ion and CrO-24 (polyatomic ion having non metals) ion by ionic bonding.

The correct name of the compound will be Tin (II) chromate or stannous  (II) chromate

(e)        NaBrO3  

It is a ionic compound which is formed by Na+(metal) ion and BrO3 -(bromate, polyatomic ion having non metals) ion by ionic bonding.

The correct name of the compound will be sodium bromate.

        

 

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Edition: 5
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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