Elemental Oxidation States Periodic Table
The periodic table of fluorides (mainly) shows the range of possible oxidation states. Note that lithium, by way of example, is deemed to have two oxidation states: Li0 (the metal), and Li+ (the lithium ion):
There are a few exceptions and points to note:
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