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Micaela A. Jaramillo02072017CHEM 122LPre-Lab Safety QuestionsDetermination of the Rate Constant for an Iodine Clock Reaction1.Why are Strong Oxidizing Agents dangerous? Examine (Eq. 1) and (Eq. 2) and identify the Oxidizing Agents. Are theseOxidizing Agents considered "Strong Oxidizing Agents"? (You may wish to consult an SDS.)
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