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Q: Ionic compounds are named by writing the cation name followed by the anion name?
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In naming a binary ionic compound the name of the appears first followed by the name of the?

Binary ionic compounds are named by writing the name of the action, followed by the name of the anion. Potassium bromide is an example of an ionic compound.


What is the difference between ionic and nonionic compound?

ionic compounds can desociate into anion & cation.. non ionic compounds can not desociates into anion & cation..


What are the two types of binary compounds?

Type 1 binary ionic compounds are those in which the cation has only one form, or charge. Type 2 binary ionic compounds are those in which the cation can have multiple forms.


Ionic compounds are composed of?

a metal cation and a nonmetal anion


Is it true that ionic compounds are made from a cation and an anion?

Yes. An ionic compound is made from a cation (positive ion) and an anion (negative ion).


What are ionic compounds between?

Ionic compounds are between a metal ion and a non-metal ion otherwise known as a cation and anion.


What type of elements are simple ionic compounds made of?

ionic compounds are made up of elements that form ions. It could be either cation or anion


What comes first in ionic compounds?

The positive ion (cation) is written first.


How are nonmetals in ionic compounds named?

Nonmetals(anion) are written second after the metal(cation).


Will mixing any cation with any anion lead to an insoluble compound?

If that were true, there would be no soluble ionic compounds. Since there are soluble ionic compounds, the answer must be no.


Do Ionic compounds gain or lose electrons?

Ionic compounds are compounds with an electrical charge. That means that both cations (loss of electron) and anions (gain of electron) are ionic. In a salt where a cation and anion is combined the net sum of electrons is the same.


How can water that contains disolved ionic compounds be separated from the ionic compounds?

The method is the evaporation of water followed by condensation of water.