Problem: The oxidation number of sulfur in the compound (NH 4)2SO4 is: a) -3 b) -1 c) +2 d) +4 e) +6

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The oxidation number of sulfur in the compound (NH 4)2SO4 is:

a) -3

b) -1

c) +2

d) +4

e) +6

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