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Q: Which of the following statements is true of cations?Cations are attracted to the anode. Cations undergo oxidation at the proper electrode. Cations undergo reduction at the proper electrode. Cations
are negatively charged.
A: Chemistry question: How is salt produced? Salt is the compound formed by the ionic bonding of a cation and an anion. [ ]
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User: Which of the following statements is true of cations?

User: Which of the following statements is true of cations?Cations are attracted to the anode. Cations undergo oxidation at the proper electrode. Cations undergo reduction at the proper electrode. Cations are negatively charged.

Weegy: Chemistry question: How is salt produced? Salt is the compound formed by the ionic bonding of a cation and an anion. [ ]
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User: are Cations attracted to the anode?

User: do Cations undergo oxidation at the proper electrode?

Weegy: Chemistry question: How is salt produced? Salt is the compound formed by the ionic bonding of a cation and an anion. [ ]
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User: are Cations negatively charged?

User: True or false? An acid has OH- ions in its formula

Weegy: False. This is only true for a base.
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User: true or false? A base releases H+

User: HBr + H2SO4 SO2 + Br2 + H2O Did O change oxidation number?

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