Naming & Writing Chemical Formulas: Acids & Hydrates |Distance Learning

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Nomenclature for Acids and Hydrates: Naming & Writing Formulas (Nomenclature) for Acids & Hydrates.

In this lesson students are introduced to naming and writing formulas for acids and hydrates. Building on previous knowledge of ions and formulas from Part One & Two are included in the Exit Ticket and the Homework. The Homework includes all ionic compound possibilities: binary, ternary, multivalent cations, acids, and hydrates.

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Naming and Writing Chemical Formulas: Acids & Bases includes the concepts:

  • Naming & Writing Formulas for Acids
  • What is a Hydrate?
  • Naming & Writing Formulas for Hydrates

Also included in this lesson’s student work are:

Naming and Writing Binary Ionic Compounds

Naming and Writing Ternary Ionic Compouds (with Polyatomic Ions)

Naming and Writing Monatomic and Polyatomic Ions

Naming and Writing formulas for ionic compounds that have more than one oxidation state

This lesson is appropriate for grades 9-12 chemistry or physical science.

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  • Check for Understanding (Exit/Entrance Ticket/Quiz) - editable, print, & digital
  • Homework assignment with key - editable, print, & digital

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Total Pages
24 slides, 21 pages, 34 Google Slides™
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Teaching Duration
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