Problem: Assign oxidation states for all atoms in Na4Fe(OH)6.

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To answer this problem, recall the common rules for oxidation states of different elements.

Elements present in the compound:

• Na, Fe, O and H

• Overall charge of the compound = 0

• Na4Fe(OH)is a neutral compound → sum of the oxidation states (charges) of the elements should be equal to zero.

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Assign oxidation states for all atoms in Na4Fe(OH)6.

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