Problem: If the following compound where formed from an iron atom combining with a nitrate ion: Fe(NO3)53- what would be the oxidation number of the iron atom?   a) + 1 b) + 2 c) + 5 d) – 2 

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If the following compound where formed from an iron atom combining with a nitrate ion:

Fe(NO3)53- what would be the oxidation number of the iron atom?

a) + 1

b) + 2

c) + 5

d)

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