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Yo dude, I need help
Wassup Marot, what's wrong?
Alright, so in chemistry, I'm confused on how to name compounds
Oh, that's easy, I definitely can help ya buddy!
Okay, lets start!
So first, you wan to determine whether if it's a ionic or covalent compound, for example H2O
THAT'S COVALENT BECAUSE IT IS MADE OF 2 NON-METALS!
Correct! And for covalent bombs, you want to add prefixes in front of the element namelike mono, di, tri, tetra, penta etc!
Is that it?
Almost, at the end of the last element, take the root and add and "ide", so H20 would be Hydrogen Dioxide!
OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH DYLAN, YOU'RE A TRUE LIFE SAVER!!!
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