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1. In the balanced oxidation-reduction reaction (occurring in acidic condition) the coefficients before H+ and Zn2+
are ____ and ____, respectively?
Zn + NO3¯ → NH4+ + Zn2+ (unbalanced)

A. 4, 2
B. 4, 1
C. 6, 1
D. 10, 4
E. 12, 2

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