Chemical Formulas I Follow the instructions given for each section of this worksheet.
This product consists of 4 short documents on writing formulas and naming compounds. I most often use these documents as short, daily quizzes to make sure that my students are studying and to check for understanding.
These documents can also be used as effective homework assignments, or review for your unit test.
I have also left copies in my substitute folder as classwork that can be completed by a substitute teacher in the event of my absence. Here is a short description of what is covered on each: Intro to Formula Writing 1.
Consists of 40 questions.
There are 12 fill in the blank questions that cover vocabulary terms such as: Given a molecular formula, the student will write the empirical formula. Given the formula of a compound, the student will determine if the compound is an ionic compound or a molecular compound. Given the name of an ionic compound, the student will provide the formula of the compound.
All questions consist of a metal with a nonmetal or a metal with a polyatomic ion, and none of the compound names contain a Roman numeral. Given the formula of a compound, the student will write the name of the compound.
There is a mix of compounds that require a Roman numeral with compounds that do not require the Roman numeral. All questions consist of a metal with a nonmetal or a metal with a polyatomic ion, and many have a Roman numeral in the name.
Use of the Stock System and the Traditional System 1. Given a formula, students will write the name of the compound using the Stock system of naming. Given a formula, students will write the name of the compound using the traditional system of naming.
Given the name of the compound, students will write the formula of the compound. Students will write the formula of compounds that are hydrates.
Writing formulas and naming acids 1. Consists of 30 questions. There are 8 fill in the blank questions about the rules of naming acids. Given the name of the acid, the student will write the formula.
Given the formula of the acid, the student will write the name.Quia Web allows users to create and share online educational activities in dozens of subjects, including Chemistry.
names and formulas of compounds _____ compounds are made up of positive and negative ions. All of the positive and negative ions organize in a _____.
Teachers should be familiar with naming and formula writing for ionic compounds. Students should be familiar with periodic table classifications including: metals, nonmetals, transition metals, main-group elements, s, p, d, f blocks, and chemical formulas.
There are two rules to follow when writing formulas for ionic compounds. One has to do with charges (see questions 4 and 5) and the other has to do with which atom to write ﬁrst andwhich u f _ we: oneto write §econdv(see guesiixon 6).
In this lesson, you will learn how to write the chemical formulas for both binary ionic compounds and polyatomic ionic compounds when you are given only the name of the compound. Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds Homework This is a homework assignment where students will practice writing chemical formulas and naming compounds.
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