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what is the oxidation number in:

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what is the oxidation number in Xe, Fe and the compound?
its not Fe but its XeF4 may be check once again
http://chemed.chem.purdue.edu/genchem/topicreview/bp/ch2/oxnumb.html i got the question from this site: it's found at the bottom page @ practice # 7

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oh yeah, you're right: it's XeF4
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bcoz each F is -1 charge so how many F are there then total charge on all F will be what
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i dont understand your statement: "bcoz each F is -1 charge so how many F are there then total charge on all F will be what " what does it mean?
|dw:1373561978962:dw| bcoz its neutral compound no charge is present on the compound hence equal to zero to solve for X
ohh okay.. thanks
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