Answer to Question #50275 in Inorganic Chemistry for Anik
1.'Na' is a reductant, Na - Na+ + e-
but can it act as an oxidant to become Na-? Is it stable?
2. Na^5+, Na^4+, Na^3+, Na^2+, are all possible Oxidation number....... but do all exist in real? Does it happens in the case of Halogens?
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