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Ch 24: Building Chemical Compounds

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Watch fun video lessons in this entertaining chapter to ensure you fully understand the basics of building chemical compounds. Mini quizzes accompanying the lessons can test your comprehension as you prepare for an upcoming test, work on an assignment or aim to improve your grades.

Building Chemical Compounds - Chapter Summary

If you need help understanding the basics of building chemical compounds, you've reached the right place! This chapter's engaging lessons closely examine simple molecules, ionic compounds, binary molecular compounds and more. Gauge your comprehension of the lessons by taking accompanying multiple-choice quizzes and a broader chapter exam. Any questions that arise during your studies can be submitted to our experts via the Dashboard. Once you've completed this chapter, you will have the knowledge to do the following:

  • Share examples of simple molecules
  • Explain how to determine molecular formulas using atoms and ions
  • Detail the processes of writing ionic compound formulas and naming ionic compounds
  • Describe how to name and write formulas for binary molecular compounds

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