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Naming ionic compounds

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  • 1. Name ______________________________________________ Period ____________ Date____________________ Naming Binary Ionic Compounds METAL WITH A NONMETAL ALSO CALLED BINARY COMPOUNDS. 1. The name of the metal is written first. The metals are in column IA, IIA, aluminum, zinc, silver and cadmium. 2. The ending of the nonmetal is changed to -IDE. EXAMPLE: NaCl is sodium chloride. K2O is potassium oxide. Be3N2 is beryllium nitride _________________________ 1. NaBr _________________________ 2. KI _________________________ 3. SrCl2 _________________________ 4. CaI2 _________________________ 5. Mg3N2 _________________________ 6. Li3P _________________________ 7. BaI2 _________________________ 8. NaF _________________________ 9. Al2O3 _________________________ 10. K2S _________________________ 11. CdBr2 _________________________ 12. LiCl _________________________ 13. Ag3N _________________________ 14. Al2S3 _________________________ 15. MgF2 _________________________ 16. CdI2 _________________________ 17. CaO _________________________ 18. CsBr _________________________ 19. Ag2S _________________________ 20. Na2O _________________________ 21. Ba3N2 _________________________ 22. SrCl2 _________________________ 23. LiF _________________________ 24. CdS _________________________ 25. AlP _________________________ 26. MgF2 _________________________ 27. BeS _________________________ 28. NaI _________________________ 29. Ag2O _________________________ 30. K2O _________________________ 31. CdCl2 _________________________ 32. AgF _________________________ 33. Rb3N _________________________ 34. Sr3N2 _________________________ 35. ZnF2 _________________________ 36. CdS _________________________ 37. CsCl _________________________ 38. ZnBr2 _________________________ 39. KF _________________________ 40. AlF3 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. Naming Binary Ionic Compounds Key Sodium Bromide 1. NaBr Potassium iodide 2. KI Strontium chloride 3. SrCl2 Calcium iodide 4. CaI2 Magnesium nitride 5. Mg3N2 Lithium phosphide 6. Li3P Barium iodide 7. BaI2 Sodium fluoride Aluminum oxide 9. Al2O3 Potassium sulfide 10. K2S 8. NaF Cadmium bromide 11. CdBr2 Lithium chloride Silver nitride Aluminum sulfide 14. Al2S3 13. Ag3N 12. LiCl Magnesium fluoride 15. MgF2 Cadmium iodide 16. CdI2 Calcium oxide 17. CaO Cesium bromide 18. CsBr Silver sulfide 19. Ag2S Sodium oxide 20. Na2O Barium nitride 21. Ba3N2 Strontium chloride 22. SrCl2 Lithium fluoride 23. LiF Cadmium sulfide 24. CdS Aluminum phosphide 25. AlP Magnesium fluoride 26.MgF2 Beryllium sulfide 27. BeS Sodium iodide 28. NaI Silver oxide Potassium oxide 30. K2O Cadmium chloride 31. CdCl2 Silver fluoride 32. AgF Rubidium nitride 33. Rb3N Strontium nitride 34. Sr3N2 Zinc fluoride 35. ZnF2 Cadmium sulfide 36. CdS Cesium chloride 37. CsCl Zinc bromide 38. ZnBr2 29. Ag2O
  • 3. Potassium fluoride 39. KF Aluminum fluoride 40. AlF3