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IUPAC. BOHR DIAGRAMS FOR ATOMS. TYPES OF CHEMICAL BONDS. MOLECULAR COMPOUNDS. TYPES. SIMPLE COVALENT. COMMON NAME. IONIC COMPOUNDS. SIMPLE IONIC. MULTIVALENT. POLYATOMIC/COMPLEX. HYDRATED IONIC. ACIDS.
a. calcium oxide . CaO. . b. potassium bromide . KBr. . c. zinc fluoride ZnF. 2. . d. gold (III) iodide AuI. 3. . e. aluminum chloride AlCl. 3. f. iron (II) sulfide . FeS. . g. silver nitride Ag.
Session Objectives. Introduction nitro compounds. Nomenclature. Structure and physical properties. Preparation of nitro compounds. Chemical reactions. Cyanides and isocyanides. . General method of preparation.
In 1825, Michael Faraday isolated a hydrocarbon called benzene, which consists of a six-carbon ring with alternating double bonds and the molecular formula C. 6. H. 6. . . Learning Goal . Describe the bonding in benzene; name aromatic compounds, and draw their line-angle structural formulas..
MACROSCOPIC SCALE. Elements combine to make compounds.. ATOMIC SCALE. Atoms combine to make molecules, or extended structures.. What we’ll cover…. Compound Formulas. Ions. Monatomic. Polyatomic. Ionic Compounds.
1. st. Year Chemistry. 1. Elements. Elements & Atoms. All substances are made up from tiny particles called atoms. When a substance is made up of only one type of atom it is called an element. The element iron is made up of iron atoms, the element hydrogen is made up of hydrogen atoms, the element sulphur is made up of sulphur atoms and so on..
. 1) . SeF. 6. . . ________________________________________. . 2) . TeO. 3 . . ________________________________________. . 3) . H. 2. O. . . ________________________________________. .
CONTENTS. Introduction. Coordination . Compounds. Concept of Ligands. Werner’s. . Theory. Effective Atomic Number. Isomerism . in Coordination. . Compounds. INTRODUCTION. Coordination compounds are the inorganic salts formed by the combination of two or more simple compounds in stoichiometric ratio..
20/08/2015. Department of Industrial Administration, Faculty of Science and Technology,. Tokyo University of . Science. Presenter: Atsushi Matsumoto. I. ntroduction. Decreased production of agricultural .
Ch. . 16. Covalent Compounds. Covalent bonds. form when atoms share . their valence electrons. .. Covalent compounds. are formed from 2 or more nonmetals.. Rules for Naming Covalent Compounds. 1. Prefixes are used to show how many atoms of each element are present in the compound .
Another way of classifying chemical compounds… . Organic Compounds. In science, organic compounds contain . carbon. (. C. ), and usually . hydrogen. (. H. ). Carbon has four electrons in its valence shell, which allows for more chemical bonding possibilities than any other element..
Chapter 5: Molecules and Compounds. Learning Goals. Write . chemical formulas.. Determine . the total number of each type of atom in a chemical formula.. Classify . elements as atomic or molecular.. Classify .