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What Are Bromine Oxidation Numbers?

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Oxidation numbers refer to the ways in which an element shares electrons while part of a compound. Positive oxidation numbers indicate that the element gives up electrons and acquires a local positive charge. Negative oxidation numbers indicate that
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Bromine has an oxidation number of -1. Since it is in group 17, it has seven valence electrons. It wants to have eight, so it will gain an electron. Electrons are negative, that's
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The oxidation number of chlorine, bromine, and iodine is -1. In compounds of
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Not totally sure but in per-bromates it's +7
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