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Chemistry 101 - Chemical Nomenclature (Naming Chemical Compounds)
[Download the PDF of Chemical Nomenclature Rules here.] What Are Polyatomic Ions? Unlike monoatomic ions, which are composed of a single atom, polyatomic ions are composed of many atoms. (The prefix poly- means “many,” as in polygon or polytheism.) There are some rules … Read More
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Chemistry 205 Chemical Nomenclature Bonus Quiz #1 (6 points) 1. Give a chemical name for the following compounds. a. Na 2 S b. SO 3 c. Mg(NO 3 ) 2 2. Write.