The reaction of white phosphorus with aqueous NaOH gives phosphine along with another phosphorus containing compound. The reaction type, the oxidation states of phosphorus in phosphine and the other product are respectively:
redox reaction; −3 and−5
redox reaction; +3 and +5
disproportionation reaction; −3 and +5
disproportionation reaction; −3 and +3
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The salt NaH2PO2 undergoes the following changes on heating.
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In phosphine, how does phosphorus have -3 oxidation state, even though the electronegativity of hydrogen is more than phosphorus in Pauling's table?
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