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Redox is the portmanteau of reduction and oxidation. This tag should be used in questions where both the reduction and the oxidation process are under focus. This tag is not limited to inorganic chemistry. If the question is specifically about either reduction or oxidation (not both) of an organic compound, use [organic-reduction] or [organic-oxidation] instead.

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I am trying to balance the following redox reaction, in basic solution. From what I have learned, to balance a redox reaction in basic solution you simply balance it as you normally would in acidic …
asked Mar 3 '15 by McB
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I am trying to balance the REDOX equation shown below, but I got stuck after balancing the major atoms. Where can I go from here? I know I need to balance the H and O atoms, and make sure the charges are balanced. Second Attempt (Answer Only) Is this correct? …
asked Mar 3 '15 by McB