Why not +6 and -2 by analogy to SO42- with one oxygen replaced by S?
Quote from: Borek on January 31, 2008, 09:58:08 PMWhy not +6 and -2 by analogy to SO42- with one oxygen replaced by S?We neglect all bond between atoms of the same kind as in elements. This a rule, and only rule. But I often use artificial oxidation numbers for solving, so called, difficult redox reaction.
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