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Covalent compounds or Molecular compounds
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Oxidation states Related to the number of electrons an atoms looses, gains or uses when it combines with other atoms in compounds. Some elements have different oxidations states in different compounds. Thus they can form more than one type of ion. Note: Multiple oxidation states of metals are shown in this figure. Non-metals also exhibit multiple oxidation states.
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http://wps.prenhall.com/wps/media/objects/602/616516/Media_Assets/Chapter15/Text_Images/FG15_10.JPG Acids Contain a hydrogen atom and atom of another element/s (A very broad way of defining). Oxyacids: Contain hydrogen, oxygen and another element.
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