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  • Chemical Sentences to NamesWrite the following formula equations in word form.   You do not need to balance the equations.  Don't forget about properly naming diatomic elements.  For example, I2 is NOT di-iodine, it is just iodine. N2 is not dinitrogen, it is just nitrogen, etc.  Please be advised, you are to use the IUPAC naming system ONLY for this course. I will only accept common names for water and ammonia.1.  Na + I2 -----> NaI2.  N2 + H2 -----> NH33.  KI + Cl2 -----> KCl + I24.  HCl + Ca(OH)2 ------> CaCl2 + H2O5.  KClO3 -----> KCl +O26.  CaSO4 + AlBr3 -----> CaBr2 + Al2(SO4)37.  H2O2 -----> H2O + O28.  Na + H2O ----> NaOH + H2
  • AssignmentChemical Names to FormulasWriting word equations in formula form.  You do not need to balance the equations.Write the following word equations in formula form.  Do NOT forget about diatomic elements!  For example, Chlorine is not just Cl when it is by itself in a reaction - it must be written as a molecule, Cl2.1. Nitrogen plus hydrogen yield ammonia2. Aluminum bromide plus chlorine yield aluminum chloride and bromine3. Hydrochloric acid plus sodium hydroxide yield sodium chloride plus water4. Iron plus lead (II) sulfate react forming iron (II) sulfate plus lead5. Potassium chlorate when heated produces potassium chloride plus oxygen gas6. Sulfuric acid decomposes to form sulfur trioxide gas plus water7. Sodium phosphate reacts with calcium nitrate to produce sodium nitrate plus calcium phosphate8. Ammonium carbonate and magnesium sulfate react to yield ammonium sulfate plus magnesium carbonate9. Nitrogen gas plus oxygen gas react and form dinitrogen pentoxide
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