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1.6. In many important reactions, oxygen from the atmosphere is a participant. When iron “rusts” through a series of redox ...

hrough a series of redox reactions involving water and oxygen, the ultimate reaction is Fe (iron) + O2 (molecular, elemental oxygen) Yields Fe2O3 (red rust). The charge of iron in rust is +3; the charge of oxygen in rust is -2. a. What is the charge of metallic iron? Atmospheric oxygen? How do you know? b. What is oxidized in this reaction? What is reduced? 7. In raku firing of ceramics, a piece of clay is formed, then glazed, often with some type of copper, iron, cobalt, or other metallic compound. The product is removed hot from the kiln and placed in a container of sawdust, leaves, or other combustible materials. The burning quickly consumes all the oxygen, and produces a “reductive” environment. You know that the half reaction: Cu yield Cu+2 + 2 e- is an oxidation. a. Write this in reverse to show what happens to the copper ions in glazes in a reductive environment. Explain, then, why raku firing yields interesting effects.
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2.6. In many important reactions, oxygen from the atmosphere is a participant. When iron “rusts” through a series of redox ...

hrough a series of redox reactions involving water and oxygen, the ultimate reaction is Fe (iron) + O2 (molecular, elemental oxygen) Yields Fe2O3 (red rust). The charge of iron in rust is +3; the charge of oxygen in rust is -2. a. What is the charge of metallic iron? Atmospheric oxygen? How do you know? b. What is oxidized in this reaction? What is reduced? 7. In raku firing of ceramics, a piece of clay is formed, then glazed, often with some type of copper, iron, cobalt, or other metallic compound. The product is removed hot from the kiln and placed in a container of sawdust, leaves, or other combustible materials. The burning quickly consumes all the oxygen, and produces a “reductive” environment. You know that the half reaction: Cu yield Cu+2 + 2 e- is an oxidation. a. Write this in reverse to show what happens to the copper ions in glazes in a reductive environment. Explain, then, why raku firing yields interesting effects.
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