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Naming and Formula Writing Practice

Quiz by Natalie Wieland

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    Name Li2O
    lithium (I) oxide
    lithium (II) oxide
    Lithium oxide
    dilithium monoxide
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  • Q2
    PBr5
    phosphorus tetrabromide
    phosphorus pentabromide
    monophosphorus pentabromide
    phosphorus bromide
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  • Q3
    Name CuS
    Copper (I) sulfide
    Copper sulfide
    Copper (II) sulfide
    Copper (II) sulfate
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  • Q4
    Name N3O7
    trinitrogen heptoxide
    trinitrgen hexoxide
    nitrogen oxide
    heptnitrogen trioxide
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  • Q5
    Name Ni2O3
    Nickel oxide
    dinickel trioxide
    Nickel (III) oxide
    Nickel (II) oxide
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  • Q6
    Name NaNO3
    Sodium nitrate
    sodium nitrite
    sodium nitride
    sodium nitrogen trixoide
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  • Q7
    Name SnS
    Tin (II) sulfide
    Tin sulfate
    Tin (I) sulfide
    Tin sulfide
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  • Q8
    Write the formula for Chromium (III) nitride
    CrN
    Cr3NO3
    CrN3
    Cr3N
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  • Q9
    Write the formula for dinitrogen monoxide
    N2O
    NO2
    NO
    N3O1
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  • Q10
    Write the formula for lithium sulfide
    LiS2
    LiSO4
    Li2S
    LiS
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  • Q11
    Write the formula for Iron (II) oxide
    Fe2O
    FeO2
    FeO
    Fe(II)O
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  • Q12
    Write the formula for calcium sulfate
    CaSO4
    CaS
    CaSO3
    Ca2SO4
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  • Q13
    Write the formula for magnesium phosphide
    MgP
    Mg3P2
    Mg3PO4
    Mg2P3
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  • Q14
    Write the formula for Cobalt (I) oxide
    Co2O
    Co(I)O
    CoO2
    CoO
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  • Q15
    What is the common charge for a chloride ion?
    -7
    -1
    -2
    +1
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  • Q16
    What is the common charge for any ion in group 1
    +1
    -1
    -2
    +2
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  • Q17
    What is the Greek prefix for six?
    Hepta
    Sexta
    Hexa
    Penta
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  • Q18
    Ionic compounds are formed from
    Cations and anions coming together in a one to one ratio
    Nonmetal and nonmetal coming together in a variety of ways
    Nonmetal and nonmetal coming together coming together to valance charge ratio
    cation and anions coming together in a balanced charge ratio
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  • Q19
    Why don't we use Greek prefixes to indicate subscripts when naming ionic compounds?
    The subscripts are always a one to one ratio
    The subscripts can be determined by balancing the charges
    Ionic compounds do need the Greek prefixes
    Because ionic compounds are made more metals and nonmetals
    60s
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  • Q20
    What is the common charge of the cation for iron?
    +2
    This is no common charge, and so just put any charge number
    There is no common charge, and thus a Roman numeral is needed to indicate charge
    +3
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