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Redox Reactions By scholars learning
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1. Oxidation: is a process which (i) involves addition of oxygen or any other electronegative element, or removal of hydrogen or any other electropositive element, or ii) Involves loss of electrons.... More > That is why oxidation is also called de-electro nation. 2. Reduction is a process which involves addition of hydrogen or any other electropositive element, or involves removal of oxygen or any other electronegative element, or ii) involves gain of electrons. That is why reduction is also called electro nation. 3. An oxidising agent or an oxidant is a substance which (i) supplies oxygen or any other electropositive element, or ii) Can readily accept electrons from other electrons from other substances. That is why oxidising agents are electron-acceptors. Examples: KmnO4, K2Cr2O7, HNO3, H2O2, KCIO3, F2, Cl2, Br2, I2 etc. 4. An oxiding agent after carrying out oxidation itself gets reduced.< Less

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