Mullis. 2. Oxidation. The observation that metals exposed to the atmosphere sometimes transformed gave rise to this term.The simplest common example is pure iron and oxygen reacting to form rust, Fe2O3. The formation of iron(III) oxide involves iron combining with oxygen and each iron atom losing 3 electrons.Oxidation does not always involve oxygen, but it does involve the loss of electrons..
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