Consider the following reaction. Predict whether an increase in temperature will favor

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Problem 6.52

Consider the following reaction. Predict whether an increase in temperature will favor reactants or products. Justify your prediction. +

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Oxidation­reduction (Redox) reactions:  reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from one substance to another. o i.e the number of electrons assigned to each atom in the reactants change  Oxidation ­ the loss of electrons. (oxidation # goes up) Reduction ­ the gain of electrons. (oxidation # goes down) o HELPFUL...

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