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Chapter 4, Problem 26E
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Name each compound:

a . SiBr 4 b . C1 2 O c .  NI 3

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The name of each of the given compounds is to be written.

Concept Introduction:

Two or more different elements or ions linked by chemical bonds in definite proportions, is known as a compound.

The more metallic element is generally written first, and the less metallic element is written next for the naming of a molecular compound.

The prefix represents the number of atoms of each element present in each molecule and a suffix ide is used with the second element.

Explanation of Solution

a) SiBr4

The compound SiBr4 is named according to the first element silicon with no prefix and the second element bromine, which becomes bromide with the prefix tetra to indicate the presence of four bromine atoms. The complete name for SiBr4 is silicon tetrabromide.

b) Cl2O

The compound Cl2O is named according to the first element chlorine with the prefix di to indicate that there are two chlorine atoms present and the second element oxygen, which becomes oxide with prefix ‘mono’

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