Oxidation and reduction reactions in organic chemistry can get very confusing very quickly due to the sheer volume of reaction types and chemical reagents involved. To help you keep track of these reactions and reagents I've put together the Oxidation/Reduction Study Guide Cheat Sheet Below.
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yanniah allen says
Help me with Consider the following chemical equation:
NH3 + O2 → NO + H2O
The equation is unbalanced. Which of the following is the correct balanced equation?
Avanish yadav says
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Mam if possible can you please create a perfect and invincible cheat sheet for determining the relative melting and boiling points
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Ayobami P. Bamgbose says
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Glad to have helped!
Thanks Leah for wonderful help in this topic
You’re very welcome Sunny
Thanks for the help you’ve provided. 🙂
You’re welcome Mercury. Are you currently in orgo 1 or 2?
Amanda Mills says
Hey! Your cheat sheets got me through O-Chem I! I would really like to use these cheat sheets, how do I gain access?
Amanda, just click to access, or sign up for the full PDF collection using the link at the top of the page