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anonymous
 one year ago
How many moles of electrons are required to reduce one mole of oxygen gas (O2) to two moles of oxygen ions (O^2)?
2 e
4 e
6 e
8 e
Just checking, the answer would be 4e right? Since O2> O^2. Charge of O2 is 0, charge of O^2 would be 4
anonymous
 one year ago
How many moles of electrons are required to reduce one mole of oxygen gas (O2) to two moles of oxygen ions (O^2)? 2 e 4 e 6 e 8 e Just checking, the answer would be 4e right? Since O2> O^2. Charge of O2 is 0, charge of O^2 would be 4

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 one year ago
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