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Synproportionation or comproportionation is a concept in chemistry and is a redox reaction where two reactants that share an atom but differ in oxidation number react to a single reaction product.
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It is the chemical opposite to disproportionation, where two or more atoms originally having the same oxidation state react with other chemical(s) to give ions with different oxidation numbers.
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