32 Electrochemistry2

32 Electrochemistry2 - (a) Identify the oxidation numbers...

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1 (a) Identify the oxidation numbers of all the elements in each of the following reactions. (b) Identify the oxidizing and reducing agent in each of the following reactions. Which statement is correct? (Remember H 2 CO 3 ?) A) Both are redox reactions. B) Only the top equation is a redox reaction. C) Only the bottom equation is a redox reaction. D) Neither is a redox reaction. 2 (a) Identify the oxidation numbers of all the elements in each of the following reactions. (b) Identify the oxidizing and reducing agent in each of the following reactions. Which statement is correct? A) Both equations are redox reactions. B) Only the top equation is a redox reaction. C) Only the bottom equation is a redox reaction. D) Neither equation is a redox reaction. +2 -2 +2 -2 0 +4 2 x(-2) +2 +4 3x(-2) +2 -2 +4 2 x(-2)
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32 Electrochemistry2 - (a) Identify the oxidation numbers...

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