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Grade: 11
        
Why potassium oxide rubidium oxide and caesium oxide turns red litmus blue and finally white
2 years ago

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Suraj Singh
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							Hy ashit First of all potassium, Rb, Cs forms superoxide with oxygen...  ie KO2,RbO2.. Here Oxidation number of oxygen is - 0.5 which is less stable so it shows high basic nature and it converts red litmus blue..  Hope U like it
						
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