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i need to balance this redox euation

Mn+2 +H2O2----- MnO2 + H2O

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asked by Lawryn
  1. Try this. The Mn was oxidzed, and half the O was reduced.

    Mn+2 +2H2O2----- MnO2 + 2H2O

  2. i do not have idea about the answer

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    posted by monicca
  3. I am confused..

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