ChemistryK+Cl→KCl. This is an example of

K+ClKCl. This is an example of

  1. A

    Oxidation

  2. B

    Reduction

  3. C

    A redox reaction

  4. D

    None of these

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    Solution:

    In the given reaction K+Cl KCl, the reactants elemental potassium (K) and chlorine (Cl) are in zero oxidation state, whereas in products potassium oxidation state changed from 0 to +1 and chlorine oxidation state changed from 0 to 1. Thus it is concluded that potassium gets oxidized and chlorine gets reduced. So it is an redox reaction.

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