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Zn + VO3 ^- --> Zn ^2+ + V^+3
Fe ^2+ + H2O2 + OH- --> Fe (OH) 3
V2O5 + I- + H^+ --> VO2 + I2 + H20
P + H+ + NO3- + H2O -->'NO + H3PO4

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