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  1. Please take out your notebooks.

  2. Naming Ionic Compounds Do you recall what an ionic compound is made of? Ionic Compound = Cation + Anion

  3. Three Steps to Naming Ionic Compounds • Name the Cation. If the cation can have more than one charge, use roman numerals to indicate the charge.

  4. 1. Name the Cation. If the cation can have more than one charge, use roman numerals to indicate the charge. Ex: KMnO4 Potassium

  5. 2. Name the Anion. Ex: KMnO4 Permanganate

  6. 3. Put Together Ex: KMnO4 Potassium Permanganate

  7. Ex: 2 CuNO3 Step 1: Name cation: Copper II Hint: you will need to determine the charge on copper since copper can have more than one charge.

  8. Ex: 2 CuNO3 Step 1: Name cation- Copper II Step 2: Name anion- Nitrate

  9. Ex: 2 CuNO3 Step1: Name cation- Copper II Step 2: Name anion- Nitrate Copper II Nitrate Step 3: Put together

  10. You Try… FeSO4 Iron II Sulfate NaOH Sodium Hydroxide SnO Tin Oxide

  11. Homework • Turn in Lab books if you • haven’t already done so. • Turn if yesterdays wkst. • Due Tuesday: WKST • on naming ionic compounds & • writing ternary ionic formulas.

  12. Let’s take a look at the side with the chart.

  13. The rest of the time is yours to work… Have a great weekend! -Staude