Redox reactions

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1. Why do diatomic molecules have an oxidation state of 0?

  • They have been reduced
  • They haven't lost or gained any electrons
  • They lost the same amount of electrons they gained
  • They have been oxidised
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2. What happens at the anode (positive electrode)?

  • Electrophilic substituion
  • Oxidation
  • Reduction
  • Nothing

3. What happens at the cathode (negative electrode)?

  • Reduction
  • Nucleophilic addition
  • Nothing
  • Oxidation

4. In a redox reaction, what happens to reducing agents?

  • Nothing
  • They are oxidised
  • They are reduced

5. What happens to oxidising agents?

  • They are reduced
  • They are oxidised
  • Nothing

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