Chemistry Chapter 8 Review: Ionic Compounds

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1.  To name a binary ionic compound:
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2.  A compound in which there is a specific ratio of water to ionic compound.
3.  Allotropes are the only things we can use prefixes (mono, hepta, tri, etc.) with.
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4.  Some d-series and f-series elements have positive charges, and some have negative charges.
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5.  Formula Units SHOULD have a charge.
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6.  Opposites Attract.
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7.  Check all that apply. *Hint: There are 10 correct answers.* Properties of Ionic Compounds 1. Very Strong or 2. Very Weak 3. Brittle or 4. Durable 5. Easy to Break or 6. Hard to Break 7.  Low Melting Point or 8. High Melting Point 9. Conductor of Electricity IN Water or 10. Conductor of Electricity OUT of Water 11. The Strongest Possible Chemical Bonds or 12. The Weakest Possible Chemical Bonds 13. Not Common or 14. Very Common 15. Gases at Room Temperature or 16. Hard Solids at Room Temperature 17. Easy to Melt or 18. Difficult to Melt 19.  Freely Move Around or 20. Stay in Place
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8.  Ion that contains 2 or more different elements. A ___________ ion.
9.  A negative ion, is formed when an atom gains one or more electrons.
10.  Fill in the Blanks: When ionic compounds _____ or _____  water, their _________ structure ________.
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11.  Match the prefixes we use to name hydrates:
A. 9
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B. 5
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C. 1
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D. 10
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E. 7
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F. 4
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G. 3
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H. 6
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I. 8
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J. 2
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12.  Anhydrous is:
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13.  A positive ion, is formed when an atom loses one or more electrons.
14.  The charge on the ion.
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15.  Electrons that move and float around.
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16.  ROMAN NUMERALSSSSS! 
A. V
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B. X
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C. I
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D. VII
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E. III
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F. VI
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G. IV
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H. VIII
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I. IX
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J. II
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17.  Contains ONLY TWO elements. Can contain more than one ion of each element, but never more than two seperate elements. A _________ Compound.
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