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Hydrogen is a Good Reducing Agent: What Do You Understand by the Above Statement? Explain with the Help of Copper Oxide as an Example. - Chemistry

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 Hydrogen is a good reducing agent: What do you understand by the above statement? Explain with the help of copper oxide as an example.

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Solution

Hydrogen acts as a good reducing agent means, when hydrogen gas is passed over hot metallic oxides of copper, lead, iron, etc. it removes oxygen from them and thus reduces them to their corresponding metal.
Let us consider the following example, in each of which metallic oxide react with hydrogen. Metallic oxide act as oxidising agents and hydrogen acts as a reducing agents.

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Selina Concise Chemistry Class 8 ICSE
Chapter 7 Hydrogen
Exercise | Q 8 | Page 99
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