Previous Page 9 of 10 Next O Submi Consider the following reaction in acidic solution, along with the half-reactions: I (aq) + CIO" (aq) →5(aq) + CI (aq) Half-reactions: CIO CI After determining the half-reactions, the next step in balancing oxidation-reduction equations using the half-reaction method is to balance each half-reaction. Select the correctly balanced half-reactions.for the reaction above: (Select all that apply.) O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1) O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1) + 2H* (aq) 2H (ag) + CIO (aq) CI (aq) + H2O(1) O2e+2H* (aq) + CIO"(aq) → CI (aq) + H2O(!) O 31 (ag) -(aq) + 2e O 3r (aq) +5(aq)

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Consider the following reaction in acidic solution, along with the half-reactions:
I (aq) + CIO" (aq) →5(aq) + CI (aq)
Half-reactions:
CIO CI
After determining the half-reactions, the next step in balancing oxidation-reduction equations using the half-reaction method is to balance each half-reaction. Select the correctly
balanced half-reactions.for the reaction above:
(Select all that apply.)
O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1)
O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1) + 2H* (aq)
2H (ag) + CIO (aq)
CI (aq) + H2O(1)
O2e+2H* (aq) + CIO"(aq) → CI (aq) + H2O(!)
O 31 (ag) -(aq) + 2e
O 3r (aq) +5(aq)
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Previous Page 9 of 10 Next O Submi Consider the following reaction in acidic solution, along with the half-reactions: I (aq) + CIO" (aq) →5(aq) + CI (aq) Half-reactions: CIO CI After determining the half-reactions, the next step in balancing oxidation-reduction equations using the half-reaction method is to balance each half-reaction. Select the correctly balanced half-reactions.for the reaction above: (Select all that apply.) O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1) O CIO (aq) → Cr (aq) + H2O(1) + 2H* (aq) 2H (ag) + CIO (aq) CI (aq) + H2O(1) O2e+2H* (aq) + CIO"(aq) → CI (aq) + H2O(!) O 31 (ag) -(aq) + 2e O 3r (aq) +5(aq)

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