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The oxidation number of Cl in ClO3- is a) -1 b)+7 c)+5 d)+3 e)none of the above


Question asked by: sashoyapd

Perhaps it is +3, because if each oxygen is minus one then you need three of them to equalise this out so that would make it +3.

That said I'm not fully sure on this one so best to check with someone else if this is for a homework answer so that you don't end up getting it wrong!

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Replied at: 27 Apr 2008
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The oxidn.no. of cl is +5.
By: psahu63

Date of comment: Thu, Aug 26th 2010

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