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CONFUSING QUESTION PLEASE HELP

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Which one of the following species will react with Sn at standard state conditions?
a) S
b) Ag+
c) Cu
d) Zn2+

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    This is not a confusing question. What is your question on this? Hint: it has to be able to absorb tin's electrons.

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    @bobpursley I don't understand what it means at standard state? Would it be Zn2+

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