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Textbook Problem

Name each of the compounds

  1. a. Au2O
  2. b. NiO
  3. c. SnO2
  4. d. SnO

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The name of binary ionic compound Au2O has to be written.

Concept Introduction:

An ionic compound has two elements one is metal and another one is non-metal.  The metal ion has always positive charge and the non-metal ion has always negative ion in binary compounds.  Example: NaCl, CO2.

The following rule can be used for the naming of binary ionic compounds.

The full name of the metallic element is given first, followed by a separate word containing the stem of the metallic element name and the suffix –ide.

Explanation

Compound: Au2O

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(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The name of binary ionic compound NiO is to be written.

Concept Introduction:

An ionic compound has two elements one is metal and another one is non-metal.  The metal ion has always positive charge and the nonmetal ion has always negative ion in binary compounds.  Example: NaCl, CO2.

The following rule can be used for the naming of binary ionic compounds.

The full name of the metallic element is given first, followed by a separate word containing the stem of the metallic element name and the suffix –ide.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The name of binary ionic compound SnO2 is to be written.

Concept Introduction:

An ionic compound has two elements one is metal and another one is non-metal.  The metal ion has always positive charge and the nonmetal ion has always negative ion in binary compounds.  Example: NaCl, CO2.

The following rule can be used for the naming of binary ionic compounds.

The full name of the metallic element is given first, followed by a separate word containing the stem of the metallic element name and the suffix –ide.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The name of binary ionic compound SnO is to be written.

Concept Introduction:

An ionic compound has two elements one is metal and another one is non-metal.  The metal ion has always positive charge and the nonmetal ion has always negative ion in binary compounds.  Example: NaCl, CO2.

The following rule can be used for the naming of binary ionic compounds.

The full name of the metallic element is given first, followed by a separate word containing the stem of the metallic element name and the suffix –ide.

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