Problem: What is the oxidation state of an individual:carbon atom in CaCO3?nitrogen atom in KNO3?phosphorus atom in PO43−?carbon atom in C2O42−?Express the oxidation state numerically (e.g., +1).

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What is the oxidation state of an individual:

carbon atom in CaCO3?

nitrogen atom in KNO3?

phosphorus atom in PO43−?

carbon atom in C2O42−?

Express the oxidation state numerically (e.g., +1).

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