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Compounds of oxygen

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  1. The oxidation state of oxygen is −2 in almost all known compounds of oxygen

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  2. The oxidation state −1 is found in a few compounds such as peroxides

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  3. The element is found in almost all biomolecules that are important to, or generated by, life

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  4. in other oxidation states are very uncommon: −1/2 (superoxides), −1/3 (ozonides), 0 (elemental, hypofluorous acid), +1/2 (dioxygenyl), +1 (dioxygen difluoride), and +2 (oxygen difluoride)

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  5. Oxygen forms compounds with almost all of the other known elements, including some of the rarest: technetium (TcO4−), promethium (promethium(III) oxide) and neptunium

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