Students can practice naming chemical formulas in two game formats. The first format is a matching game where students must match the name with the correct formula. The second format is a shooting game where students are given the name and must shoot the correct formula. The final shooting game requires the students to shoot only the ionic and not the molecular compounds. This module covers naming of basic ionic, molecular, and simple acids.
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