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Oxidation and Reduction in Standard Conditions

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At standard conditions indicate whether each of the following is true. Explain for each

A. Pb(s) can reduce NI2+
b. Hg2 2+( aq) can reduce Cu2+ n(aq)
c. H+ (g) can oxidize Sn(s).

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At standard conditions indicate wheather each of the following is true. Explain for each.

Response: To answer these questions you need to examine the table that shows standard reduction potentials in aqueous solution at 25 degrees C. These tables are usually found as an appendix near the back of most chemistry textbooks.

First, you identify the relevant half reactions. Then you need to determine which half reaction will proceed in the direction given. The reaction with the most ...

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This solution contains detailed explanations on why the statements of oxidation and reduction are true or false at standard conditions.

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