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Naming binary cmpds with tr.met. with key

  1. 1. Name ______________________________________________ Period ____________ Date____________________ Naming Binary Ionic Compounds containing Transition Metals To write the formula for an ionic compound containing a metal with variable charge requiring a Roman Numeral. The Roman Numeral indicates the positive charge of the metal. Change the ending of the nonmetal to ide. EXAMPLE: FeBr2 is iron(II) bromide. PbS is lead (II) sulfide Roman Numerals One is I. Two is II. Six is VI. Seven is VII. Three is III. Eight is VIII. FeBr3 is iron (III) bromide. PbS2 is lead(IV) sulfide Four is IV. Nine is IX. Five is V. 1. FeCl3 ___________________________ 2. FeCl2____________________________ 3. Fe2O3 ___________________________ 4. CuO ____________________________ 5. CuBr ___________________________ 6. PbCl4 ___________________________ 7. PbCl2 ___________________________ 8. PbO ___________________________ 9. SnCl4 ___________________________ 10. SnCl2 __________________________ 11. Cu2S ___________________________ 12. FeI3 ___________________________ 13. PbO2___________________________ 14. Cu2O __________________________ 15. Cu3N2 __________________________ 16. FeI2___________________________ 17. CuCl2 _________________________ 18. FeS____________________________ 19. Cu3P __________________________ 20. Sn3N2 _________________________ 21. Cu3N__________________________ 22. PbS2__________________________ 23. CrI3 ___________________________ 24. PbI2 __________________________ 25. SnF4 ___________________________ 26. SnCl2_________________________ 27. SnS ____________________________ 28. SnO __________________________ 29. Fe2S3 ___________________________ 30. Fe3N2 _________________________ 31. SnS2____________________________ 32. SnO2__________________________ 33. NiCl2____________________________ 34. NiO__________________________ 35. Co2S3___________________________ 36. CoP__________________________ Endings of some common elements changed to -ide. Fluorine Chlorine Bromine Iodine Oxygen F1Cl1Br1I1O2- Fluoride Chloride Bromide Iodide Oxide Sulfur Nitrogen Phosphorus Carbon Hydrogen S2N3P3C H1+ Sulfide Nitride Phosphide Carbide Hydride
  2. 2. Naming Binary Ionic Compounds containing Transition Metals Key 1. FeCl3 Iron (III) chloride 2. FeCl2 Iron (II) Chloride 3. Fe2O3 Iron (III) oxide 4. CuO Copper(II) oxide 5. CuBr Copper (I) bromide 6. PbCl4 Lead(IV) chloride 7. PbCl2 Lead(II) chloride 8. PbO Lead (II) oxide 9. SnCl4 Tin(IV) chloride 10. SnCl2 Tin(II) chloride 11. Cu2S Copper (I) sulfide 12. FeI3 Iron (III) iodide 13. PbO2Lead (IV) oxide 14. Cu2O Copper(I) oxide 15. Cu3N2 Copper(II) nitride 16. FeI2 Iron(II) iodide 17. CuCl2 Copper(II) chloride 18. FeS Iron(II) sulfide 19. Cu3P Copper(I) phosphide 20. Sn3N2 Tin(II) nitride 21. Cu3N Copper(I) nitride 22. PbS2 Lead(IV) sulfide 23. CrI3 Chromium (III) iodide 24. PbI2 Lead (II) iodide 25. SnF4 Tin(IV) fluoride 26. SnCl2 Tin(II) chloride 27. SnS Tin(II) sulfide 28. SnO Tin(II) oxide 29. Fe2S3 Iron(III) sulfide 30. Fe3N2 Iron(II) nitride 31. SnS2 Tin(IV)sulfide 32. SnO2 Tin(IV) oxide 33. NiCl2 Nickel(II) chloride 34. NiO Nickel (II) oxide 35. Co2S3 Cobalt(III) sulfide 35. CoP Cobalt (III) phosphide

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