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  • 1. Name_______________________________ Date___________________ Period _________ Naming Binary Covalent Compounds COVALENT MOLECULAR COMPOUNDS- COMPOSED OF NONMETALS ONLY. 1. Name of the "more metallic" element is written first. Since both are nonmetals, choose the element closest to the bottom or left of the periodic table. 2. The ending of the second nonmetal is changed to -ide. 3. Prefixes are added to indicate the number of atoms present. Mono is not used on the first element just write the name if there is only one. 1 MONO 2 DI 3 TRI 4 TETRA 5 PENTA 6 HEXA 7 HEPTA 8 OCTA 9 NONA 10 DECA EXAMPLES; CO is carbon monoxide CO2 is carbon dioxide SF6 is sulfur hexafluoride P2O3 is diphosphorus trioxide 1. CO _______________________________ 2. CO2 _______________________________ 3. H2O ______________________________ 4. NH3 _______________________________ 5. CH4 _____________________________ _ 6. NO ________________________________ 7. N2O ______________________________ 8. N2O5 _______________________________ 9. N2O3 ______________________________ 10. PCl3 ______________________________ 11. PF5 ______________________________ 12. P2O5 ______________________________ 13. SO2 ______________________________ 14. S2O7 ______________________________ 15. SiCl4 _____________________________ 16. B4C ______________________________ 17. BN ______________________________ 18. CS2 _______________________________ 19. SeF6 _____________________________ 20. H2O2 ______________________________ 21. Cl2O _____________________________ 22. N2O4 ______________________________ 23. NI3 ______________________________ 24. AsCl3 _____________________________ 25. CCl4 ____________________________ 26. SeF2 ______________________________ 27. SiO2 _____________________________ 28. H2S _______________________________ 29. SF4 ______________________________ 30. SO3 _______________________________ 31. XeF4 _____________________________ 32. TeF6 ______________________________ 33. BBr3 _____________________________ 34. XeF2 ______________________________ 35. Se2Cl2 ____________________________ 36. N2 ________________________________ 37. ClF5 ______________________________ 38. BrF3 ______________________________ 39. SCl2 ______________________________ 40. S2F10 ______________________________
  • 2. Naming Binary Covalent Compounds Key 1. CO Carbon monoxide 2. CO2 Carbon dioxide 3. H2O water 4. NH3 ammonia 5. CH4 methane 6. NO nitrogen monoxide 7. N2O dinitrogen oxide 8. N2O5 dinitrogen pentoxide 9. N2O3 Dinitrogen trioxide 10. Phosphorous trichloride 11. Phosphorous pentafluoride 12.Diphosphorous pentoxide 13. SO2 Sulfur dioxide 14. S2O7 Disulfur heptoxide 15. SiCl4 Silicon tetrachloride 16. B4C Tetraboron carbide 17. BN Boron nitride 18. CS2 Carbon disulfide 19. Selenium hexafluoride 20.Dihydrogen dioxide 21. Cl2O Dichlorine oxide 22. N2O4 Dinitrogen tetraoxide 23. NI3 Nitrogen triiodide 24. AsCl3 Arsenic trichloride 25. CCl4 Carbon tetrafluoride 26. SeF2 Selenium difluoride 27. SiO2 Silicon dioxide 28. H2S Dihydrogen sulfide 29. SF4 Sulfur tetrafluoride 30. SO3 Sulfur trioxide 31. XeF4 Xenon tetrafluoride 32. Tellurium hexafluoride 33. BBr3 Boron tribromide 34. XeF2 Xenon difluoride 35. Se2Cl2 Diselenium dichloride 36. N2 nitrogen 37. ClF5 Chlorine pentafluoride 38. BrF3 Bromine trifluoride 39. SCl2 Sulfur dichloride 40. S2F10 Disulfur decafluoride