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Problem: Which is the reducing agent in the (unbalanced) reaction?S2O32-(aq) +  I2(aq) +  H+(aq)  →  I1-(aq)  + S4O62-(aq)            A)  S2O32-    B)  H+    C) I 2      D)  S4O62-  E)  I1- 

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Which is the reducing agent in the (unbalanced) reaction?

S2O32-(aq) +  I2(aq) +  H+(aq)  →  I1-(aq)  + S4O62-(aq)


 A)  S2O32-    B)  H+    C) I 2      D)  S4O62-  E)  I1-

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