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anonymous
 one year ago
When in a compound, the oxidation number of a nonmetal:
A) Is always fixed and can never be changed
B) Can only be deduced once all the other oxidation numbers in the equation are totalled
C) May depend on what other elements are in the compound
D) Must remain the same on both sides of the equation
anonymous
 one year ago
When in a compound, the oxidation number of a nonmetal: A) Is always fixed and can never be changed B) Can only be deduced once all the other oxidation numbers in the equation are totalled C) May depend on what other elements are in the compound D) Must remain the same on both sides of the equation

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Rushwr
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I guess it should depend on what other elements are in the compound.
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