The incorrect order of decreasing oxidation number of S in compounds is:
- H2 S2 O7 > Na2 S4 O6 > Na2 S2 O3 > S8
- H2 S O5 > H2 S O3 > S Cl2 > H2 S
- S O3 > S O2 > S8 > H2 S
- H2 S O4 > S O2 > H2 S > H2 S2 O8
Asked by asurve | 10th Sep, 2019, 11:57: PM
Incorrect order of decreasing oxidation number of S in the compound is in 4th option.
Answered by Ravi | 11th Sep, 2019, 12:13: PM
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