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What are the two half reactions for 3Mg+1Fe2(SO4)3 yields 3MgSO4+2Fe? thanks for your help

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    The half reactions in net ionic form are:

    Mg --> Mg^+2 + 2e^- (oxidation)
    Fe^+3 + 3e^- --> Fe (reduction)

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