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For a particular redox reaction NO2– is oxidized to NO3– and Cu2 is reduced to Cu . Complete and balance the equation for this reaction in basic solution. Phases are optional.

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  1. I'll get you started.
    2OH^- + NO2^- ==> NO3^- + 2e + H2O
    Cu^2+ + 2e ==> Cu although I assume the Cu^2+ would be present as Cu(OH()2

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  2. yhtr

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  3. NO2{-} + Cu{2+} + 2 OH{-} → NO3{-} + Cu + H2O

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  4. Bruh

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  5. NO2^- + 2Cu^2+ + 2OH^− ⟶ NO3^- + 2Cu^+ + H2O ;)

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