Posted by **Kayla** on Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 5:21pm.

In the redox conversion of CO to CO2−

3 , the oxidation number of C goes from (−2, 0, +2) to (−4, −2, +4, +6). Recall that the oxidation number of oxygen is typically −2.

1. +2; +6

2. −2; −4

3. 0; −2

4. 0; +6

5. −2; +6

6. +2; +4

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