chem nomenclature

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binary ionic compounds *cation- write name*anion- write stem of element and add -ide
transition ionic compounds *charge goes in roman numerals in parentheses after element's name ONLY if it has multiple charges
ternary ionic compounds with polyatomic ion as cation *write name of polyatomic ion*write stem of element and add -ide
ternary ionic compounds with polyatomic ion as anion *write name of element*write name of polyatomic ion
what are hydrogen and one nonmetal binary acids
binary acids *write hydro*write stem and add -ic
-ate acids *write stem of polyatomic ion*add -ic
-ite acids *write stem of polyatomic ion*add -ous
what is special about sulfur/ phosphorus don't have real stems
what polyatomic ion is written like a binary acid cyanide
when do we assign prefixes 2 nonmetals
what do you do for the first nonmetal *if subscript is 1 write element name*if subscript is 2 or more write prefix and element name
what do you do for the second nonmetal *write prefix for all*write stem*add suffix -ide
what are the prefixes 1- mono2- di3- tri4- tetra5- penta6- hexa7- hepta8- octa9- nona10- deca

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