Problem: The term oxidation is derived from the name of the element oxygen. This is reasonable, because it a. attracts electrons very strongly b. can be oxidized by accepting electrons c. contains more electrons than are needed d. can react chemically readily in its gas state e. is present everywhere

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The term oxidation is derived from the name of the element oxygen. This is reasonable, because it

a. attracts electrons very strongly

b. can be oxidized by accepting electrons

c. contains more electrons than are needed

d. can react chemically readily in its gas state

e. is present everywhere

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