Naming binary MC

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Binary Molecular compounds : 

Binary Molecular compounds

How to identify them : 

As the name might suggest (BInary), these compounds contain exactly two elements. In this class both of these elements will be non-metals. If a compound is made of exactly two elements and both of them are non-metallic you will use the skills you learn today to name the compound. How to identify them

Examples : 

Names of binary molecular compounds are NOT to be memorized. They must be figured out. NO2 is called nitrogen dioxide. P2O5 is called dinitrogen pentoxide. SO3 is called sulfur trioxide. Today I will teach you to name these compounds. NOTE: All are made up of exactly two non-metallic elements. Examples

Prefix system : 

Look right. You will want to copy this chart down. These prefix indicate the number of each atom present in a compound. If the first element has only one atom it receives no prefix. Prefix system

Prefix system : 

Here are a few example problems: Name: Sulfur hexafluoride Symbol SF6 Prefix system

Prefix system : 

Here are a few example problems: Name: Tetraphosphorous decoxide Symbol P4O10 Prefix system

Prefix system : 

Here are a few example problems: Name: Carbon tetrafluoride Symbol Prefix system

Prefix system : 

Here are a few example problems: Name: Symbol PCl5 Prefix system

Prefix system : 

Here are a few example problems: Name: Symbol N2O Prefix system

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