CHEM 110 - Oxidation States

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CHEM 110 - Oxidation States
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  1. List the two oxidation states of Cu.
    • copper I
    • copper II
  2. List the two oxidation states of Fe.
    • iron II
    • iron III
  3. List the two oxidation states of Sn.
    • tin II
    • tin IV
  4. List the two oxidation states of Pb.
    • lead II
    • lead IV
  5. List the two oxidation states of Co.
    • cobalt II
    • cobalt III
  6. List the two oxidation states of Cr.
    • chromium II
    • chromium III
  7. List the two oxidation states of Hg.
    • mercury I
    • mercury II
  8. The oxidation state for the Alkali Metal or 1A family is:
    +1
  9. The oxidation state for the Alkali Earth Metal or 2A family is:
    +2
  10. The oxidation state for Type 1 elements of the Boron or 3A family is:
    +3
  11. Zinc and Cadmium both have oxidation states of:
    +2
  12. Silver (Ag) has an oxidation state of:
    +1
  13. Scandium, a transition metal in family 3A, has a Type 1 oxidation state of:
    +3
  14. Anions that are members of the Halogen or 7A family have an oxidation state of:
    -1
  15. Nonmetal anions that are members of family 6A have an oxidation state of:
    -2
  16. Nonmetal anions that are members of family 5A have an oxidation state of:
    -3
  17. Hydroxide (OH) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  18. Ammonium (NH4) has an oxidation state of:
    +1
  19. Cyanide (CN) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  20. Thiocyanate (SCN) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  21. Peroxide (O2) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  22. Oxy-anions of the 5A family, excluding Nitrogen, have an oxidation state of:
    -3
  23. Oxy-anions of the 6A family have an oxidation state of:
    -2
  24. Oxy-anions of the 7A family, excluding Flourine, have an oxidation state of:
    -1
  25. Hyponitrite (N2O2) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  26. Nitrite (NO2) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  27. Nitrate (NO3) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  28. Carbonate (CO3) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  29. Acetate (C2H3O2) has an oxidation state of:
    -1
  30. Oxalate (C2O4) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  31. Borate (BO3) has an oxidation state of:
    -3
  32. Chromate (CrO4) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  33. Dichromate (Cr2O7) has an oxidation state of:
    -2
  34. When forming oxy-anions, members of the 5A family, excluding Nitrogen, can have a maximum charge of:
    +5
  35. When forming oxy-anions, members of the 6A family, excluding Oxygen, can have a maximum charge of:
    +6
  36. When forming oxy-anions, members of the 7A family, exlcuding Flourine, can have a maximum charge of:
    +7
  37. Chromium, a member of the 6B family, can have a maximum charge of _______ when forming oxy-anions.
    +6
  38. Manganese, a member of the 7B family, can have a maximum charge of _______ when forming oxy-anions.
    +7
  39. OH, CN, SCN, C2H3O2, MnO4, nitrite and nitrate all have an oxidation state of:
    -1
  40. Peroxide, oxy-anions formed with sulfer and sellenium, carbonate, oxalate, chromate, and dichromate all have an oxidation state of:
    -2

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