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Ni2+(aq)+Mg(s)→Ni(s)+Mg2+(aq)

Indicate the half-reaction occurring at Anode.
Indicate the half-reaction occurring at Cathode.

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    Anode oxidation

    Mg -----> Mg2^+ + 2e^-

    Cathode reduction

    Ni2^+ 2 e^- -------> Ni

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