11) copper(II) chloride

12) copper(I) bromide

13) lead(II) oxide

14) iron(III) sulfide

15) lead(II) chloride

16) tin(II) oxide

17) copper(I) oxide

18) lead(IV) oxide [alternate answer = lead(II) peroxide]

19) iron(II) oxide

20) tin(IV) oxide [alternate answer = tin(II) peroxide]

Peroxide (O22¯ is a polyatomic ion and it will be discussed in more detail later. I decided to mention it here because I'm quite sure the peroxides of #18 and #20 exist, but they are somewhat unusual compounds. Be aware that a teacher may try to trip you up with one of them, as in this sample test question.

What is the name for PbO2?
(a) lead(II) oxide
(b) lead oxide
(c) lead peroxide
(d) lead(II) peroxide
(e) lead(IV) peroxide

I might just use that question on my test!

The problems:

11) CuCl2

12) CuBr

13) PbO

14) Fe2S3

15) PbCl2

16) SnO

17) Cu2O

18) PbO2

19) FeO

20) SnO2 Return