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Why is it necessary to have a system for naming compounds?

Common Core Standards 2017-2018 Print Unit 7
High School - Science - Chemistry I Pre-AP - Unit 7
Nomenclature
Nomenclature is the science of naming chemical compounds.
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Chemical nomenclature focuses on the terminology of chemical compounds and is an essential skill in chemistry. This lesson will address naming ionic and molecular compounds as well as naming common acids.  In order to be successful, the student should be able to effectively communicate the language of chemistry.

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Core Content: SC-HS-4.6.1   Students will: 

1.  ·     explain the relationships and connections between matter, energy, living systems and the physical environment;

2.  ·     give examples of conservation of matter and energy.

As matter and energy flow through different organizational levels (e.g., cells, organs, organisms, communities) and between living systems and the physical environment, chemical elements are recombined in different ways. Each recombination results in storage and dissipation of energy into the environment as heat. Matter and energy are conserved in each change.

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SC-HS-1.1.7  Students will:  

n   construct diagrams to illustrate ionic or covalent bonding;

n   predict compound formation and bond type as either ionic or covalent (polar, nonpolar) and represent the products formed with simple chemical formulas.

Bonds between atoms are created when outer electrons are paired by being transferred (ionic) or shared (covalent). A compound is formed when two or more kinds of atoms bind together chemically.

 

 

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Target 1:   I can explain what an ion is.

Target 2:   I can explain what a binary compound is.

Target 3:   I can distinguish between a metal element and a nonmetal element.

Target 4:   I can describe the difference between an ionic compound and a covalent (molecular) compound

Target 5:   I can name and write formulas for type I binary ionic compounds.

Target 6:   I can name and write formulas for type II binary ionic compounds.

Target 7:   I can name and write formulas for type III binary molecular compounds.

Target 8:   I can name and recognize polyatomic ions.

Target 9:   I can name and recognize common acids.

                   -- hon* -- I can explain how acids are named by looking at how many Oxygen atoms they have.

 

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Binary compound                                                          Type I Compound

Binary ionic compound                                                 Type II Compound

Ternary compound                                                         Type III Compound

Polyatomic Ion                                                               Formula

Cation                                                                             Ionic

Anion                                                                              Covalent

Acid                                                                                Oxyanion

Monoatomic Ion

 

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