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Which pair of ions will be most likely to react at standard state conditions?
1. a) MnO4- and Sn2+
2. b) Zn2+ and Cl-
3. c) I- and Cu
4. d) Fe3+ and Cu2+

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    Look up the values in your text and calculate the E value. + values and the reaction goes as written; negative values don't go as written.

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