Ionic Nomenclature

Can you explain the process of changing nomenclature formulas? Also, I have a hard time understanding a lot of the polyatomic ions and the rules if the suffix is -ide, -ate, or -ite.

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Layla G.
14 September 2017
Here's a hint: there are two types of nomenclature because of the two types of bonds: ionic and covalent. Ionic means the bond is between a metal and a non-metal, while covalent means the bond is between two non-metals. Message me if you have more questions :)
anniedunn
28 September 2017
Please take a look at this YouTube video I made to see if it helps you:https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=QqT2uZZL8RY
franklychemistry
01 October 2017
Less oxygen to more oxygen countSingle oxygen : ide Example : CuO (cuprous oxide)Increase oxygen ateCuSo4: copper sulphateIncrease more oxygen ite
sowjanya
24 April 2018
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