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Oxidation&Reduction

oxidation, reduction, redox, reactions

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What is a redox reaction? A redox reaction is when both reduction and oxidation occurs.
What is the definition of oxidation? The gain of oxygen, the loss of hydrogen, the loss of electrons and the increase in oxidation number of an element in its free state or an element within a compound.
What is the definition of reduction? The loss of oxygen, gain of hydrogen, the gain of electrons and the decrease in oxidation number of an element in its free state or an element within a compound.
How do you test for an oxidising agent? A known reducing agent is used and it gives a visible change when the oxidising agent acts as a reducing agent, when it is oxidised.
How do you test for a reducing agent? A known oxidising agent is used and it gives a visible change when the reducing agent acts as an oxidising agent, when it is reduced.
Created by: HakeemT