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Select all that apply. All the reactants listed in the table of oxidation potentials are: A. oxidizing agents B. reducing agents C. oxidized by the reaction D. reduced by the reaction
Weegy: C. oxidized by the reaction User: are there any one of those answer that could also be right Weegy: Select all that apply. All the reactants listed in the table of oxidation potentials are: D. reduced by the reaction. (More)
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Sn = 0.14 (E0) Sn+2 = -0.15 (E0) Which form of tin is more likely to give up electrons? Sn Sn+2
Weegy: ISO 3166-2:SN is the entry for Senegal in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., [ provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1. ] (More)
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Sn = 0.14 (E0) Sn+2 = -0.15 (E0) Which form of tin is more likely to give up electrons? Sn Sn+2
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In a redox reaction, the oxidizing agent always undergoes reduction. true or false
Weegy: True. User: KMnO4 + H2S + HCl KCl + MnCl2 + H2O + S8 Did Cl change oxidation number? Did Oxygen change oxidation number? Did H change oxidation number? Did Mn change oxidation number? Did S change oxidation number? oxidizing agent = reducing agent = Weegy: The oxidising agent pulls electrons away from the reducing agent. If there is no source of electrons, an oxidising agent cannot react. The answer is TRUE User: Test your understanding by assigning oxidation numbers to each element in these compounds. Match the sequence of oxidation numbers for each compound to the correct choice. For example, the match for H2O would be +1, -2. 1. N2O +1, +5, -2 2. CO +1, -1 3. H2SO4 +2, -2 4. KCl +2, -2, +1 5. Mg(OH)2 +1, -2 6. H3PO4 +2, +6, -2 Weegy: The compound is needed in order to answer your question (More)
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Does the conductivity increase or decrease? It continuously decreases. It continuously increases. It decreases at first, then increases. It increases at first, then decreases
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