`1` mol of `N_2H_4` loses `10` mol of electrons to form a new compound `X`. Assuming that all the nitrogen appears in th

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Q 1119256110.     `1` mol of `N_2H_4` loses `10` mol of electrons to form a new compound `X`. Assuming that all the nitrogen appears in the new compound and no change in the oxidation state of hydrogen, find the oxidation number of nitrogen in `X`.
A

`+5`

B

`–1`

C

`–3`

D

`+3`

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