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Account for the Following: Fluorine Does Not Exhibit Positive Oxidation State. - Chemistry

Account for the following: Fluorine does not exhibit positive oxidation state.

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Fluorine being the most electronegative atom does not exhibit positive oxidation state because the electrons in fluorine are strongly attracted by the nuclear charge because of small size of fluorine atom and therefore, removal of an electron is not possible.

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