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Arrange the ions Cu2+ Zn2+ Mg2+ and Al 6+

in order of decreasing ability to be reduced
and in order of decreasing ability to be oxidized

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    the species most easily reduced have large positive voltage
    potentials and the species most easily oxidized have large negative potentials.

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