Rank the following oxohalide compounds in order of increasing percentage of oxygen by mass: KBrO3, KClO3, KIO3.
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Chapter 5 from “Introductory Chemistry” by Zumdahl and Decoste, 7 /8 edition th th Pg 99. NAMING COMPOUNDS Binary Compounds: compounds composed of two elements Two Types: 1. Compounds that contain a metal and non-metal 2. Compounds that contain two non-metals Naming Compounds that are metal AND non-metal (Types 1 and 2) Binary Ionic Compound: contain a positive ion (cation) and a negative ion (anion) -Cation is always written before the anion Pg 101. Type 1 Compounds: The metal present forms only one type of cation Ex: Na , Ca , Cs , Al These will NEVER change, no Na , or Al , or Cs + 2+ Type 2 Compounds: The metal present can form two (or more) cations that have different charges Ex: Cr can form Cr and Cr , Cu can form Cu and Cu+ 2+ Rules for
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