Formulas and equations allow chemists to communicate chemical knowledge efficiently
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This PowerPoint lesson activity will help you to introduce learners to names and formulas for non-metal compounds and the chemical information they contain. The activity includes:
- how the name of a substance can indicate the elements in a compound
- understanding the prefixes mono-, di-, tri- etc.
- compounds with common names that need to be learnt, eg methane
- links between the name and the chemical formula and how to deduce one from another
- try-it-for-yourself exercise, with answers
The try-it-for-yourself exercise is also available as an editable handout.
This resource accompanies the Education in Chemistry article How to teach chemical formulas and equations.
How to write chemical formulas for non metal compoundsPowerPoint, Size 0.13 mb
How to write chemical formulas for non metal compoundsPDF, Size 0.1 mb
Worksheet how to write formulas for non metal compoundsPDF, Size 44.45 kb
Worksheet how to write formulas for non metal compoundsWord, Size 53.57 kb
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