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Redox Reactions

Electron Transfer Reactions are oxidation-reduction or redox reactions
Redox Reactions electron transfer
Reaction Reduction oxidation
Oxidation gain of oxygen loss of electrons
Reduction Loss of oxygen Gain of electrons
OIL RIG oxidation is lose, reduction is gain
Reduction can not happen without an oxidation to provide the electrons
What is every reaction? a redox reaction except for double displacement
O (oxygen) -2
Oxygen in Peroxide -1
Hydrogen in Hydride -1
F(fluorine) -1
What is the rule for uncombined elements? the oxidation number will always be zero
What is the rule for the oxidation number of a monoatomic ion? the oxidation number equals it's charge for cation not anion
Group 1 +1
Group 2 +2
Halogens -1 positive with oxygen
Hydrogen +1 (nonmetals) -1 (metals)
Reducing Agent electron donor
Oxidizing Agent electron acceptor
Created by: jordinlevy