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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at 8:15pm.

Al+NO3^-1-->Al(OH)4^-1+NH3

can someone please help me get started on this redox balancing equation. I have a list of all the steps but I am stuck at the part where I split them into 2 seperate half reactions,

Al--->Al
NO3---->OH4- + NH3

is that correct? or could it be:

Al--->Al(OH)4^-
NO3---->NH3

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