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How would you balance this reaction(it's a half reaction problem):

H2O2+ClO2-->ClO2+O2 (basic solution)

thanks.

i'm just confused b/c its a basic solution. all i know is that you have to add OH to it or something.

thanks again for helping.

add OH and you will get H2O as a product also.

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