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Oxidation and Reduction
Transcript of Oxidation and Reduction
Oxidation and Reduction
. Reduction= Gain of Electrons
. Oxidation= Loss of Electrons
In Organic Chemistry
. Oxidation from an aldehyde to an alcohol includes the formation of water.
. Oxidation from an alcohol to a carboxylic acid involves the formation of a OH.
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