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The table here shows the standard reduction potentials of

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Problem 18.103

The table here shows the standard reduction potentials of several half-reactions: Half-Reactions E8 (V) A21 1 2e2 A 21.46 B2 1 2e2 2B2 0.33 C31 1 3e2 C 1.13 D1 1 e2 D 20.87 (a) Which is the strongest oxidizing agent andwhich is the strongest reducing agent? (b) Which substances can be oxidized by B2? (c) Which substances can be reduced by B2? (d) Write the overall equation for a cell that delivers a voltage of 2.59 Vunder standard-state conditions

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The table here shows the standard reduction potentials of