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What is the oxidation number of Hydrogen?

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Asked by Kkujat, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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Answered Mar 25, 2018

This is actually incorrect.

Any element in the free state has an oxidation state of 0.

Hydrogen usually has the oxidation state of 1+ in compounds.

In this case, hydrogen is in its free state since it is not a part of a compound. So the answer should be 0 not 1+.

 

kkujat

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Answered Oct 26, 2017

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Rule 2e. Elements in groups 1,2,and 3 have a charge of +1,+2,+3.
 

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