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2. In a chemical reaction, an iron atom became the ion Fe2+. What happened to the iron atom? (1 point) a)It lost electrons and was oxidized. b)It lost electrons and was reduced. c)It gained electrons and was oxidized. d)It gained electrons and was reduced.

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    It donate 2 electron for reaction system presented negative radical like SO4

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    The question says: \(Fe\rightarrow Fe^{2+}+2e^-\) You can conclude.

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