How Do You Write A Binary Compound's Name?


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Evelyn Vaz answered
Binary compounds generally comprise of two elements. The formula will comprise of two letters and will also comprise of two capital letters. You can name a binary compound irrelevant if it is ionic or molecular.
The very first step to start with is to write the name of the element, which is represented by the initial symbol in the formula. Next, write the name of the constituent represented by the next sign in the formula, but you will have to change the ending to "ide". Subsequently, check an orientation table to conclude the figure of optimistic oxidation statistics that the primary constituent forms. If it forms one then you have it ready. In case you have more than one the use the stock system.
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Anonymous answered
Chemistry is going to be the death of me I just don't get it AT ALL...I try but it just doesn't register...I'm going to stresses me out so much...

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