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Prentice Hall Chemistry Chapter 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The substance that is reduced in a reaction is also called _____.

Question 2 2. In the following chemical equation, what is the reducing agent?

Question 3 3. Oxidation describes the process of:

Question 4 4. A redox reaction can easily be explained as:

Question 5 5. In redox reactions, how are oxygen atoms generally balanced?

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Question 6 6. Which equation is correctly labeled oxidation or reduction?

Question 7 7. What is the oxidation number for each atom in NH4+?

Question 8 8. In covalently bonded molecules, oxidation and reduction are determined by:

Question 9 9. Identify the element which is the strongest reducing agent.

Question 10 10. Identify the function of oxidation numbers.

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Question 11 11. How are oxidation and reduction different?

Question 12 12. The reactant in a redox reaction that readily donates electrons is called a/an:

Question 13 13. What is an oxidation number?

Question 14 14. What are the oxidation numbers of the atoms in the compound CF4?

Question 15 15. The oxidation numbers of H and K in KH are respectively _____ and _____.

Prentice Hall Chemistry Chapter 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Chapter Exam Instructions

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