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  • 1. Name ______________________________________________ Period ____________ Date____________________ Writing Formulas from Names Containing Transition Metals Write the correct formula for each of the following binary compounds containing transition metals. Step 1: Look up the symbol and the charge for the metal. If there is a (roman numeral), the Roman numeral is the charge. Step 2: Look up the symbol and the charge for the nonmetal. Step 3: Write the symbol and the charge side by side with the positive charge first. Step 4: Write the formula so that the sum of the charges is zero. Example: Iron (II) fluoride: Fe2+ F1- FeF2 ____________________1. Iron (II) chloride ____________________ 2. Iron (III) chloride ____________________3. Iron (II) oxide ____________________ 4. Iron (III) oxide ____________________5. Iron (II) nitride ____________________ 6. Iron (III) nitride ____________________ 7. Copper (I) bromide ____________________ 8. Copper (II) bromide ____________________9. Copper (I) sulfide ____________________10. Copper (II) sulfide ____________________11. Copper (I) phosphide ____________________12. Copper (II) phosphide ____________________13. Tin (II) fluoride ____________________14. Tin (IV) fluoride ____________________15. Tin (II) oxide ____________________16. Tin (IV) oxide ____________________17. Tin (II) nitride ____________________18. Tin (IV) nitride ____________________19. Lead (II) iodide ____________________20. Lead (IV) iodide ____________________21. Lead (II) sulfide ____________________22. Lead (IV) sulfide ____________________23. Lead (II) phosphide ____________________24. Lead (IV) phosphide ____________________25. Cobalt (II) phosphide ____________________26. Cobalt(III) phosphide ____________________27. Cobalt (II) oxide ____________________28. Cobalt (III) oxide ____________________29. Chromium (II) chloride ____________________30. Cobalt (II) chloride ____________________31. Nickel (II) oxide ____________________32. Nickel (II) nitride
  • 2. Name KEY Period ____________ Date____________________ Writing Formulas from Names Containing Transition Metals Example: Iron (II) fluoride: Fe2+ F1- FeF2 FeCl2 1. Iron (II) chloride FeCl3 2. Iron (III) chloride FeO 3. Iron (II) oxide Fe2O3 4. Iron (III) oxide Fe3N2 5. Iron (II) nitride FeN 6. Iron (III) nitride CuBr 7. Copper (I) bromide CuBr2 8. Copper (II) bromide Cu2S 9. Copper (I) sulfide CuS 10. Copper (II) sulfide Cu3P 11. Copper (I) phosphide Cu3P2 12. Copper (II) phosphide SnF2 13. Tin (II) fluoride SnF4 14. Tin (IV) fluoride SnO 15. Tin (II) oxide SnO2 16. Tin (IV) oxide Sn3N2 17. Tin (II) nitride Sn3N4 18. Tin (IV) nitride PbI2 19. Lead (II) iodide PbI4 20. Lead (IV) iodide PbS2 22. Lead (IV) sulfide 24. Lead (IV) phosphide PbS 21. Lead (II) sulfide Pb3P2 23. Lead (II) phosphide Pb3P4 Co3P2 25. Cobalt (II) phosphide CoP CoO 27. Cobalt (II) oxide Co2O3 28. Cobalt (III) oxide CrCl2 29. Chromium (II) chloride CoCl2 30. Cobalt (II) chloride NiO 31. Nickel (II) oxide Ni3N2 32. Nickel (II) nitride 26. Cobalt (IIII) phosphide

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