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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Sushmitha on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 7:57am.

Dr. Bob222,

Please see my additional posts on Jan 20 at 2:26pm and Jan 21 at 12:33 am. This is in reference to the redox reactions:

1) Fe goes from +2 to +3, and S goes from -2 to +6. They both appear to be oxidized because they increased.

Is it possible that both can oxidize?

I thought one oxidized while the other reduced. Please explain.

Thank you.

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