Ferrate for iron

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Ferrate for iron

Postby Melody Haratian 2J » Fri Dec 11, 2020 7:16 pm

Hi guys! While I was doing the homework I noticed some of the transition metals had different names than their chemical formula, like iron ( which was ferrate when written as part of the chemical formula of a coordination compound). Are there any specific metals we should know that will have different names when in their chemical formula for the coordination compound?

Nathan Chu 3H
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Re: Ferrate for iron

Postby Nathan Chu 3H » Fri Dec 11, 2020 7:50 pm

I am not sure what we will need to know specifically, but here are some other common names:

Copper -> Cuprate

Lead- > Plumbate

Silver -> Argenate

Gold -> Aurate

Tin -> Stannate

Again, this list is probably does not include everything we need to know.

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Re: Ferrate for iron

Postby Hailey Qasawadish 2J » Fri Dec 11, 2020 9:23 pm

There is a really good table listed in the textbooks that has the common ligands listed that we should memorize. I believe it is called "Table 9C.1" in the textbook!

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Re: Ferrate for iron

Postby Mari Williams 1K » Fri Dec 11, 2020 9:58 pm

https://quizlet.com/104847493/ligand-na ... ash-cards/ This quizlet was helpful to me for memorizing names!

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Re: Ferrate for iron

Postby Mahnoor_Wani_1I » Fri Dec 11, 2020 10:13 pm

https://quizlet.com/462765872/ligand-na ... ds/?x=1jqt
here is another quizlet that someone in chem14a made that you can use!!!

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Re: Ferrate for iron

Postby MMorcus2E » Sat Dec 12, 2020 1:49 am

I think it would be good to know these names just in case they come up but I heard from somewhere that Dr. Lavelle said that we could use the word "ironnate" instead of ferrate for example. I am not sure though so if someone could verify, that would be great!


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