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exercise 1: nomenclature practice

Part 1: Ionic Compounds

1. Pb(SO4)2 –

2. Be(HCO3)2 –

 3. Mn2(SO3)3 –

 4. Al(CN)3 – 

5. Mn(ClO3)2 – 

6. Mg(ClO2)2 – 

7. BaSO4 – 

8. KI – 

9. NaCl – 

10. MgCl2- 

11. Na3N – 

12. CoCl2 – 

13. Lithium bromide – 

14. Lead (II) oxide – 

15. Chromium (III) sulfate –

 16. Potassium chloride – 

17. Sodium hypochlorite – 

18. Lead (II) iodide – 

19. Sodium hydroxide – 

20. Magnesium sulfate – 

21. Chromium(III) nitrate –

 22. Barium sulfate – 

23. Cobalt(III) chloride – 

24. Iron(III) bromide – 

Part 2: Molecular Compounds

1. NO2 – 

2. CBr4 – 

3. SeS2 –

 4. N2O – 

5. P4O10 –

 6. SO2 – 

7. CO – 

8. SF6 – 

9. HI – 

10. H2S – 

11. SeO3 – 

12. NO – 

13. Nitrogen trifluoride – 

 14. Hydrogen chloride – 

15. Oxygen difluoride – 

16. Diselenium hexasulfide – 

17. Dihydrogen dioxide – 

18. Methane – 

19. Sulfur trioxide – 

20. Hydrogen sulfide – 

21. Carbon dioxide –

22. Phosphorus pentachloride – 

23. Dinitrogen tetroxide- 

24. Hydrogen Bromide –  

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