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here is a redox reaction
Fe+ Cu2+„³ Fe2+ Cu
Is Fe oxidized and Cu reduced ? and why. Thanks for the help:)

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    Yes, Fe is oxidized (because it lost electrons) and Cu^2+ is reduced becasue it gained electrons.

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