Complete the table below: Common Name Chemical Formula Systematic Name Sugar of lead Pb(C2H3O2)2 Blue vitrol CuSO4 Epsom salts MgSO4 Milk of magnesia Mg(OH)2 Gypsum CaSO4 2. Write the formula for the following compounds: a. Sodium dihydrogen phosphate b. Lithium nitride c. Chromium (III) carbonate d. Tin (II) fluoride e. Ammonium acetate f. Ammonium hydrogen sulfate g. Cobalt (III) nitrate h. Mercury (I) chloride i. Potassium chlorate j. Sodium hydride 3. *Assume a beaker of pure water has been boiling for 30 minutes. What is in the bubbles in the boiling water? a. Air. b. Oxygen gas and hydrogen gas. c. Oxygen. d. Water vapor. e. Heat. 4. *A glass of cold milk sometimes forms a coat of water on the outside of the glass (Often referred to as ‘sweat’). How does most of the water get there? a. Water evaporates from the milk and condenses on the outside of the glass. b. The glass acts like a semi-permeable membrane and allows the water to pass, but not the milk. c. Water vapor condenses from the air. d. The coldness causes oxygen and hydrogen from the air combine on the glass forming water. 5. Barge on a lake question. Details to be shared in class after discussion.