For Professor John Taylor's CHM 1020 Students Completing Chapter 3 or Submitting Project 5 Task #2
You will be asked to write the correct balanced formulas of 10 binary ionic compound names (from a random set of 50)(Guideline #1 System for Naming Compounds) whose formulas appear below. First, Enter your name and student E-Mail address above. Then press the 'Start Quiz' button to begin. The name of the compound will appear as an image. This is a homework for Chapter 3, Section 3.5 Practice, or one of 12 exercises required to complete Project #5 About Compounds when submitted with at least 8 out of 10 correct. When you have completed the 10 items press the
at the bottom of the page. An email will be sent to Professor Taylor and you will also receive a copy with your scores and all incorrect responses. You may repeat this exercise as many times as you wish until you achieve a satisfactory score that completes Task #2 of Project #5.
Type the Formula of the Binary Ionic Compound below:
Guideline #1 Task #2 Binary Ionic Compound Formulas: type the formula such as Magnesium Phosphide, subscripts in the formula will be on the same line as the Symbols: Mg3P2
Type here! Press 'Enter' or the 'OK' button--->
Some Graphic Images courtsey of Prentice Hall Publisher's Corwin Chamistry text: