   # Assign oxidatioo numbers to all the atoms in each of the following. a. SrCr 2 O 7 b. CuCl 2 c. O 2 d. H 2 O 2 e. MgCO 3 f. Ag g. PbSO 3 h. PbO 2 i. Na 2 C 2 O 4 j. CO 2 k. (NH 4 ) 2 Ce(SO 4 ) 3 l. Cr 2 O 3 ### Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach

2nd Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305079243

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Section ### Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach

2nd Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305079243
Chapter 6, Problem 84E
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## Assign oxidatioo numbers to all the atoms in each of the following.a. SrCr2O7b. CuCl2c. O2d. H2O2e. MgCO3f. Agg. PbSO3h. PbO2i. Na2C2O4j. CO2k. (NH4)2Ce(SO4)3l. Cr2O3

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

### Explanation of Solution

Case 1: To find the oxidation state of SrinSrCr2O7

Here x is oxidation state of Sr

x+2(+6)+7(-2)=0x+12-14=0x-2=0x=+2

Case 2: To find the oxidation state of CrinSrCr2O7

Here x is oxidation state of Cr

+2+2x+7(-2)=02x+12=02x=12x=+6

Case 3: To find the oxidation state of OinSrCr

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(e)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(f)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(g)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(h)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(i)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(j)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(k)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

(l)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The oxidation state of given atom in the given molecule has to be calculated.

Concept introduction: The oxidation state is the distinction between the numbers of electrons connected by an atom in a composite as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. The oxidation state is also called oxidation number

Rule 1: The oxidation numeral of an element in its open (uncombined) state is zero.

Rule 2: The oxidation numeral of a monatomic (one-atom) ion is the similar as the indict on the ion.

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