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What is Oxidation? - Definition and Example - Chemistry - About.com
An older meaning of oxidation was when oxygen was added to a compound. Example: Iron combines with oxygen to form iron oxide or rust. The iron is said to  ...
How to Assign Oxidation Numbers Video - Chemistry - About.com
Learn how to assign oxidation numbers in chemical equations. To do this correctly you need to know which atoms are oxidized and which atoms are reduced ...
Oxidation State in Chemistry - Definition - About.com
Oxidation state definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.
How to Assign Oxidation Numbers Video - Chemistry - About.com
Through examples such as Iron, Sulfur, and Copper, in this video, learn how oxidation numbers relates to an electron's gain or loss.
Oxidation and Reduction Reactions (Redox Reactions) - Chemistry
The reaction between hydrogen gas and fluorine gas to form hydrofluoric acid is an example of a redox reaction or oxidation-reduction reaction. Bensaccount ...
What Is Oxidation in Pottery - Oxidation Atmospheres in Pottery Kilns
Oxidation is a particular kiln atmosphere which can strongly effect glazes and clay bodies.
What is the Difference Between Oxidation and Reduction? - Chemistry
Oxidation and reduction reactions involve an exchange of electrons between reactants. For many students, the confusion occurs when attempting to identify ...
Oxidation and Reduction Reaction Example Problem - Chemistry
In an oxidation-reduction or redox reaction, it is often confusing to identify which molecule is oxidized in the reaction and which molecule is reduced.
Assigning Oxidation States Example Problem - Chemistry - About.com
The oxidation state of an atom in a molecule refers to the degree of oxidation of that atom. Oxidation states are assigned to atoms by a set of rules based on the ...
Oxidation Number - Chemistry Glossary Definition
Oxidation number definition, along with information on oxidation number representation, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.
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