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Either oxidation or reduction can take place independently in any particular reaction. True False
False , both should take place simultaneously
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User: Either oxidation or reduction can take place independently in any particular reaction. True False

Weegy: False , both should take place simultaneously
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User: Which of the following would be expected to form ionic solutions in water? CO2 C NaI CCl4 O2

Weegy: NaI as it's a Ionic Compound
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User: Determine the number of grams of NaCl necessary to make up 100 mL of a 0.10 M solution. 0.017 g 0.58 g 1.7 g 58 g



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