Chemistry - Naming Binary Molecules

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Created at 09 / 2014
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What are the rules for naming binary molecular compounds?

Binary molecular compounds are compounds that consist of exactly two nonmetal elements. Examples include SF6, CO2, and N2H4. Naming binary molecularcompounds is quite intuitive; The first element is given its element name; the second is given its root (hydr, bor, carb, ox, fluor, etc.) followed by "ide".
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