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asasasa
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Chemical Reactions

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When the following equation is balanced properly under acidic conditions, what are the coefficients of the species shown?

Co + Cu2+=Co2+ + Cu+

Water appears in the balanced equation as a fill in the blank (reactant, product, neither) with a coefficient of . (Enter 0 for neither.)

How many electrons are transferred in this reaction?
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Re: Chemical Reactions

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The balanced reaction must be Co + 2 Cu 2+ => Co 2+ + 2 Cu+

Two electrons are transferred.
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