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The oxidation state is a direct measure of the number of valence electrons in the outer shell of an atom. Every atom wants its outer shell to be a complete 8. If it has fewer electrons, it tends to give them away and acquires a positive oxidation state.

If it has more electrons it tends...

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Option E is correct.
In the above question, hydrogen peroxide is behaving as a reducing agent. Hydrogen peroxide is reducing silver from an oxidized state to a reduced state. Oxygen is been removed from silver.

In the reaction, oxygen is formed in it's pure state and hydrogen...

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The correct answer is lettered D. Ethanol becomes a reducing agent when makes it contact with acidified potassium dichromate (VI). Alcoholic beverages contain ethanol that makes people drunk when consumed beyond the limit. Driving under the influence of alcohol is prohibited by law as the life...

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I put my answe in as Gol D Roger and it said Iwas wrong, and I'm offended


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(C) Decreased WBC count

ACE Inhibitors/ARBs can cause low white blood cell count, increased potassium level, but have little to no effect on chloride or magnesium. LeMone, P., Burke, K., & Bauldoff, G. (2011). Medical-Surgical Nursing: Critical Thinking in Patient Care, 5th ed.,...

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Aldactone

Because ACE inhibitors/ARBs can cause hyperkalemia, potassium-sparing diuretics may make this even worse. Furosemide is not a potassium-sparing diuretic. Protonix has no association with ACE inhibitors/ARBs. Many patients who need ACE inhibitors/ARBs are already on baby...

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(D) Carbon monoxide

Among the mentioned options Carbon monoxide is the reducing agent.

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