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Why is the element being oxidised a good reducing agent and vice versa?

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Since it is being oxidised, it'll by default reduce some other element, and hence is a reducing agent.
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u made my question more complicated :P try to ellab!!

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See, the total charge is always balanced right, if it gets oxidised (loses electrons) , the lost electrons will be added to some other element(hence that element is reduced)
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total charged balanced hota hai? :P
haa. aur kya? warna baki ka charge kaha jayega ?
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baki ka kaunsa charge?
are jo element charge lose karega wo wala charge koi aur element gain kar lega,

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