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College Chemistry I – Chem. 1806

Lab Report 3 assignment

Naming Chemical Compounds

1. Name the following elements, binary ionic compounds, and polyatomic ions using the rules that have been discussed. (5 points)

Data Table 1
Item to name Name
1 S Click or tap here to enter text.
2 Sb Click or tap here to enter text.
3 N2 Click or tap here to enter text.
4 PO43- Click or tap here to enter text.
5 Au Click or tap here to enter text.
6 Rb Click or tap here to enter text.
7 LiCl Click or tap here to enter text.
8 AlBr3 Click or tap here to enter text.
9 KMnO4 Click or tap here to enter text.
10 Cu(OH)2 Click or tap here to enter text.
11 FeSO4 Click or tap here to enter text.
12 NH4Cl Click or tap here to enter text.
13 ZnCO3 Click or tap here to enter text.
14 SnF2 Click or tap here to enter text.
15 MgSO4 Click or tap here to enter text.
16 MnO2 Click or tap here to enter text.
17 Ca3(PO4)2 Click or tap here to enter text.
18 NaOH Click or tap here to enter text.
19 HCl Click or tap here to enter text.
20 Ba(HSO3)2 Click or tap here to enter text.
21 HNO3 Click or tap here to enter text.
22 FeSO3 Click or tap here to enter text.
23 Al2S3 Click or tap here to enter text.
24 KNO3 Click or tap here to enter text.

2. Write the formula of the following compounds using the rules that have been discussed. (5 points)

Data Table 2
Compound Name Formula
1 Potassium cyanide Click or tap here to enter text.
2 Ammonium carbonate Click or tap here to enter text.
3 Lithium selenide Click or tap here to enter text.
4 Calcium hydrogen carbonate Click or tap here to enter text.
5 Potassium carbonate Click or tap here to enter text.
6 Strontium hydroxide Click or tap here to enter text.
7 Cobalt (III) phosphate Click or tap here to enter text.
8 Iron (II) sulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
9 Zinc permanganate Click or tap here to enter text.
10 Silver nitrate Click or tap here to enter text.
11 Cadmium sulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
12 Sodium sulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
13 Barium iodide Click or tap here to enter text.
14 Lead (II) chloride Click or tap here to enter text.
15 Aluminum hydroxide Click or tap here to enter text.
16 Barium permanganate Click or tap here to enter text.
17 Lithium sulfate Click or tap here to enter text.
18 Sulfuric acid Click or tap here to enter text.
19 Magnesium chloride Click or tap here to enter text.
20 Potassium hydroxide Click or tap here to enter text.
21 Sodium sulfite Click or tap here to enter text.
22 Tin (II) fluoride Click or tap here to enter text.
23 Iron (II) chloride Click or tap here to enter text.
24 Copper (II) nitrate Click or tap here to enter text.

3. Write the name of the following compounds using the rules that have been discussed. Nitric oxide will not be accepted for the compound name of NO since it has not been discussed. (5 points)

Data Table 3
Formula Compound Name
1 B2O3 Click or tap here to enter text.
2 NO Click or tap here to enter text.
3 N2O4 Click or tap here to enter text.
4 S2F10 Click or tap here to enter text.
5 BrF3 Click or tap here to enter text.
6 H2O Click or tap here to enter text.
7 SiCl4 Click or tap here to enter text.
8 H2O2 Click or tap here to enter text.
9 CO Click or tap here to enter text.
10 N2O Click or tap here to enter text.
11 SiO2 Click or tap here to enter text.
12 CCl4 Click or tap here to enter text.
13 PCl3 Click or tap here to enter text.
14 PCl5 Click or tap here to enter text.
15 SF6 Click or tap here to enter text.
16 O2F2 Click or tap here to enter text.
17 P4S3 Click or tap here to enter text.
18 XeF4 Click or tap here to enter text.

4. Write the formulas of the following compounds using the rules that have been discussed. (5 points)

Data Table 4
Compound Name Formula
1 Tribromine octoxide Click or tap here to enter text.
2 Tetraiodide nonoxide Click or tap here to enter text.
3 Dihydrogen monosulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
4 Iodine monochloride Click or tap here to enter text.
5 Nitrogen monoxide Click or tap here to enter text.
6 Hydrogen monochloride Click or tap here to enter text.
7 Tricarbon dioxide Click or tap here to enter text.
8 Bromine trichloride Click or tap here to enter text.
9 Nitrogen trihydride Click or tap here to enter text.
10 Dinitrogen monosulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
11 Carbon tetrabromide Click or tap here to enter text.
12 Sulfur trioxide Click or tap here to enter text.
13 Iodine hexafluoride Click or tap here to enter text.
14 Tetraphosphorus decasulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
15 Dichlorine pentoxide Click or tap here to enter text.
16 Diphosphorus tetraiodide Click or tap here to enter text.
17 Diphosphorus pentasulfide Click or tap here to enter text.
18 Carbon dioxide Click or tap here to enter text.

Lewis Structure Model

5. Complete the following table. No pictures from the internet are allowed. The VSEPR model must be made using the model kit from your lab kit.(5 points)

Data Table 1
Molecule or Ionic Compound Number of Valence Electrons Lewis Structure (drawn by hand) VSEPR Model (insert a picture of your model)
1 CCl4 Click or tap here to enter text.
2 MgCl2 Click or tap here to enter text.
3 AlCl3 Click or tap here to enter text.
4 PbI4 Click or tap here to enter text.
5 CH4 Click or tap here to enter text.
6 ICl5 Click or tap here to enter text.
7 CH2O Click or tap here to enter text.
8 NF3 Click or tap here to enter text.
9 H2O Click or tap here to enter text.
10 CO2 Click or tap here to enter text.
11 [NO2]- Click or tap here to enter text.
12 [NH4]+ Click or tap here to enter text.
13 SO2 Click or tap here to enter text.
14 NH3 Click or tap here to enter text.
15 H2S Click or tap here to enter text.
16 SF6 Click or tap here to enter text.
17 SbCl5 Click or tap here to enter text.

6. Complete the following table. (5 points)

Data Table 2
Molecule Number of atoms or sets of lone pairs surrounding the central atom Structure Geometry (Name)
1 CCl4 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
2 MgCl2 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
3 AlCl3 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
4 PbI4 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
5 CH4 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
6 ICl5 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
7 CH2O Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
8 NF3 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
9 H2O Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
10 CO2 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
11 [NO2]- Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
12 [NH4]+ Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
13 SO2 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
14 NH3 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
15 H2S Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
16 SF6 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.
17 SbCl5 Click or tap here to enter text. Click or tap here to enter text.

7. Which, if any, of the molecules in Data Table 1 (Lewis Structure Model) had resonance structures? How many resonance structures did each of the molecules have? (5 points)

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8. Lewis structures are drawn for molecules and not typically for ionic compounds. Explain why Lewis structures are not typically drawn for ionic compounds. (5 points)

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