Chemistry

What is the reducing agent in the following reaction?
2NA + 2H2O 2NaOH + H2

A.Na
B.H2O
C.NaOH
D.H2
I think it is B...?

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asked by cassie
  1. Reducing agent loses electrons. Loss of electrons is oxidation.

    posted by DrBob222

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