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Grade: 11

                        

WHEN M3+ LOSES 3 ELECTRONS.WHAT WILL ITS OXIDATION NUMBER BE?

3 years ago

Answers : (5)

Arun
24742 Points
							
When M3+ losses 3 electrons,
It becomes M6+.
Hence the oxidation number of M will be +6.
 
Hope it helps
3 years ago
Rohit
84 Points
							Oxidation no. Of a substance is proportional to the charge on it. In this case the charge is +6 hence oxidation state will be +6.
						
3 years ago
Mani
19 Points
							The oxidation number will be +6 if it loses 3 electrons as its the oxidation state of element in the combining state
						
3 years ago
abhishek mishra
51 Points
							
Chage is balanced in equation,The answer would be 6.
M+3 >>>>> M+6 + 3e
The answer Can be checked in this way and its always true
 
 
2 years ago
Shaikh Asrar Sajid
13 Points
							
As we know m loose 3e- then by defination of oxidation its oxidation number increses hence its oxidation number is +6
one year ago
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