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Posted by Abby on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 11:30pm.

Do free electrons appear anywhere in the balanced equation for a redox reaction?

a) Yes, free electrons appear in the right part of the equation.
b) Yes, free electrons appear in the left part of the equation.
c) Yes, free electrons appear in the both parts of the equation.
d)No, free electrons do not appear in the balanced equation for a redox reaction.

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