Chemistry: Molecular Approach (4th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0134112830
ISBN 13: 978-0-13411-283-1

Chapter 3 - Exercises: 57

Answer

a.) Potassium Chlorate, b.) Diiodine Pentoxide, c.) Lead(II) Sulfate

Work Step by Step

KClO3 K (potassium) is metal with a a charge (+) and ClO3 (chlorate) is a polyatomic ion with a charge (-) (look on page 99 for polyatomic names, formulas, and charges) I2O5 I (iodine) is a non-metal and O (oxygen) is also a nonmetal, and they both have known charges. This makes this compound a molecular compound (2 non metals) KClO3 K (potassium) is metal with a a charge (+) and ClO3 (chlorate) is a polyatomic ion with a charge (-) (look on page 99 for polyatomic names, formulas, and charges)
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