﻿ 1 mol of N2 H4 loses 10 mol of electrons to form a new compound X. Assuming that all the nitrogen appears in the new compound and no change in the oxidation state of hydrogen, the oxidation number in X is : Kaysons Education

# 1 Mol Of N2 H4 loses 10 Mol Of Electrons To Form A New Compound X. Assuming That All The Nitrogen Appears In The New Compound And No Change In The Oxidation State Of Hydrogen, The Oxidation Number In X Is

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With the loss of 10mol of electrons, the increase in O.N. of 2 N-atoms = 10. If x is the O.N. of M in the new compound, then

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