2) name of the compound is chromium(III) carbonate. Chromium has oxidation number +3 and carbonate has -2.
3) NaClO contains both ionic and covalent bonding, ionic bond is between sodium and chlorine and covalent bond is between chlorine and oxygen.
C. CrF6, chromium(VI) hexafluoride.
In this case, since we are given a hexavalent chromium we must notice it has +6 as its oxidation state. Moreover, fluorine, when forming ionic compounds works with -1, for which the chemical formula is:
And the stock name is indeed C. CrF6, chromium(VI) hexafluoride (looks like D. is the same) since we have six fluoride ions in the formula and we point out chrmium's oxidation state.
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