Copper is capable of existing in two states. A. True B. False

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Copper is capable of existing in two states.

A. True

B. False

This question was posed to me in semester exam.

My doubt is from Oxidizing Agents topic in section Oxidation of Unit Processes

Right option is A. True

Easy explanation: Copper is capable of existing in two states of oxidation and of passing readily from one to the other of these states by oxidation or reduction. In its higher state of oxidation, it is capable of acting as an oxidizing agent and, in its lower state, as a reducing agent.