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In this lesson, we will learn how to interconvert compound names and formulas by deducing the stoichiometry and oxidation states of constituent elements.

Q1:

What is the formula of calcium chloride?

Q2:

What is the name of the compound with formula C r O 3 ?

Q3:

What is the formula of copper(I) sulfite?

Q4:

What is the formula of hydrogen fluoride?

Q5:

What is the formula of magnesium selenide?

Q6:

What is the formula of chlorine dioxide?

Q7:

What is the formula of silicon dioxide?

Q8:

Q9:

What is the formula of silver(I) sulfide?

Q10:

What is the formula of aluminium nitride?

Q11:

What is the formula of potassium phosphide?

Q12:

What is the name of the compound with formula C r O 2 3 ?

Q13:

What is the formula of ammonium carbonate?

Q14:

What is the name of the compound with formula M o S 2 ?

Q15:

What is the formula of titanium(IV) dioxide?

Q16:

What is the formula of aluminium bromide?

Q17:

What is the formula of gallium phosphide?

Q18:

What is the formula of copper(II) sulfate?

Q19:

What is the formula of potassium phosphate?

Q20:

What is the name of the compound with formula F e C l 2 ?

Q21:

What is the name of the compound with formula T i C l 4 ?

Q22:

What is the formula of dinitrogen tetraoxide?

Q23:

What is the formula of sodium oxide?

Q24:

What is the name of the compound with formula K O 2 ?

Q25:

What is the name of the compound with formula C o O ?

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