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Think about the various processes that take place in the body or in the natural environment and come up with a list of at least fivethat you believe represent redox reactions. You don't need to include formulas. Jut substances names or provide a description of each process.

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    This is meant to be a mental exercise FOR YOU and not for me but I will get you started. For #1, what about the food we eat? All of the starches we eat eventually turn to CO2 and H2O and we get energy. You could use digestion of starches as a title for that one. Now you think of some other things you do all day.

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