Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Consider the following unbalanced equaon ce4 sn2

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Unformatted text preview: Balancing REDOX Reac&ons •  Redox reac%ons in aqueous solu%ons are oTen complicated, which oTen makes them difficult to balance by inspec%on. •  To counter this, chemists have developed a special technique for balancing redox reac%ons that occur in aqueous solu%on. •  It is called the half- reac&on method. •  For redox rxns in aqueous solu%on it is oTen helpful to split the rxn into two half reac%ons: one involving oxida%on...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2013 for the course SCIENCE AP Chemist taught by Professor Boszko,brian during the Fall '12 term at Colts Neck High School.

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