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Posted by lili on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 6:18pm.

Balance the following redox equation occurring in a basic solution:

AG + CN{-} + O2 = AG(CN)2{-}

I tried...but this is wrong...2H2O+ AG + CN{-} + O2 = AG(CN)2{-}+4OH{-}... I am supposed to do half reactions...how do I spit the product AG(CN)2{-}?????

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