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How do you write a redox reaction in an acidic environment for this?

Cu^+2 + I- => CuI + I2

I understand that you get these equations for redox, but how do you put them in an acidic environment when there are no oxygens in the equation?

2I- => I2 + 1 electron
1 electron + Cu^+2 => CuI

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