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Chapter 3, Problem 93IL
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

  • Oxidized and reduced compound has to be identified in the given reaction.
  • Oxidizing and reducing agent should be found.

Concept introduction:

An oxidizing agent gains the electrons and is reduced in a chemical reaction and it is electron acceptor.

A reducing agent loses electrons and is oxidized in a chemical reaction and it is electron donor.

The oxidation state is called as oxidation number, which describes degree of oxidation (loss of electrons) of an atom in a chemical compound.  Theoretically, the oxidation state is positive, negative or zero.

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