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For the large part of this course, if the hydrogen is bonded to an anion, then we would assume that the oxidation number for the hydrogen is +1. However, in the case of metal and salt hydrides, like LiH or CaH2, since it is bonded to a cation, hydrogen would have an oxidation number of -1.
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