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Chemistry Homework- 10/04___Chap.

6 #:2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 18, 20, 22, 26, 28, 30, 32, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50,
52, 54, 60, 62, 64, 68, 70, 78, 82, 86, 88

6.2) State the number of electrons that must be gained by atoms of each of the following to achieve a
stable electron arrangement:
a) Cl b) Se
c) N d) I
e) S

6.4) State the number of electrons lost or gained when the following elements for ions:
a) O b) Group 2A (2)
c) F d) K
e) Rb

6.6) Write the symbols for the ions with the following number of protons and electrons:
a) 8 protons, 10 electrons
b) 19 protons, 18 electrons
c) 35 protons, 36 electrons
d) 50 protons, 46 electrons

6.8) State the number of protons and electrons I each of the following:
a) S2- b) Ni2+
c) Au3+ d) Ag+

6.10) Write the symbol for the ion of each of the following:
a) Fluorine b) Barium
c) Sodium d) Iodine

6.12) Write the names for each of the following ions:


a) Rb+
b) Sr2+
c) Sr2-
d) F-

6.18) Write the correct ionic formula for the compound formed between each of the following pairs of
ions:
a) Al3+ and Cl-
b) Ca2+ and S2-
c) Li+ and S2-
d) Rb+ and P3-
e) Cs+ and I-

6.20) Write the symbols for the ions, and the correct formula for the ionic compounds formed by each
of the following:
a) Calcium and Chloride
b) Rubidium and Bromine
c) Sodium and Phosphorus
d) Magnesium and Oxygen

6.22) Write the name for each of the following ionic compounds:

a) MgCl2
b) K3P
c) Li2S
d) CsF
e) MgO
f) SrBr2

6.26) Write the name for each of the following ionic compounds:

a) Ag3P
b) PbS
c) SnO2
d) MnCl3
e) Bi2O3
f) CoCl2

6.28) Write the symbol for the cation in each of the following ionic compounds:

a) FeCl2
b) CrO
c) Ni2S3
d) SnCl2

6.30) Write the formula for each of the following ionic compounds:

a) Nickel (III) Oxide


b) Barium Fluoride
c) Tin(IV) Chloride
d) Silver Sulfide
e) Bismuth (V) chloride
f) Potassium Nitride

6.32) Write the formula for each of the following ionic compounds:

a) Zinc Bromide
b) Iron (III) Sulfide
c) Manganese (IV) Oxide
d) Chromium (III) Iodide
e) Lithium Nitride
f) Gold (I) Oxide

6.42) Write the correct formula for the following ionic compounds:

a) Aluminum Chlorate
b) Ammonium Oxide
c) Magnesium Bicarbonate
d) Sodium Nitrite
e) Copper (I) Sulfate

6.44) Write the formula for the polyatomic ion and name each of the following compounds:

a) MnCO3
b) Au2SO4
c) Mg3(PO4)2
d) Fe(HCO3)3

6.46) Name each of the following ionic compounds:

a) Li2CO3, antidepressant
b) MgSo4, Epsom salts
c) NaClO, disinfectant
d) Na3PO4, laxative
e) Ba(OH)2, component of antacids

6.48) Name each of the following molecular compounds:

a) CS2
b) P2O5
c) SiO2
d) PCl3
e) CO

6.50) Name each of the following molecular compounds:

a) SiF4
b) IBr3
c) CO2
d) N2F2
e) N2S3

6.52) Write the formula for each of the following molecular compounds:

a) Sulfur Dioxide
b) Silicon Tetroxide
c) Iodine Trifluoride
d) Dinitrogen Oxide

6.54) Write the formula for each of the following molecular compounds:

a) Sulfur Dibromide
b) Carbon Disulfide
c) Tetraphosphorus Hexoxide
d) Dinitrogen Pentoxide

6.60) Draw the Lewis Structure for each for the following molecules:

a) HCCH
b) CS2
c) H2CO (C is the central atom)
d) SiF4

6.62) Describe the trend in electronegativity as increases or decreases for each fo the following:

a) From Al to Cl
b) From Br to K
c) From Li to Cs

6.64) Using the periodic table, arrange the atoms in each of the following sets in order of increasing
electronegativity:

a) Cl, F, Br
b) B, O, N
c) Mg, F, S

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