Chemistry. Please help!

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Fe3+ + I1- ¨ Fe2+ + I2

1. Balance the equation
2. Which element is being oxidized?
3. Which element is the reducing agent?

  • Chemistry. Please help! -

    two I- ions lost an electron to form I2
    so therefore, Fe+- must gain two electrons, so it takes two of them

    2Fe+++ + 2I- >>> 2Fe++ + I2

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