• Clarence
Potassium Chloride (KCl) and Potassium permanganate (KMnO4), won't have a redox reaction amongst themselves, so how will the equation be like?
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  • aaronq
The only thing i see happening is an Oxygen atom being replaced by a \(Cl^-\).
  • anonymous
KCl->KMnO4, i think you should balance the equation first then,multiply K to MnO4, and Cl to K, after that get the oxidation numbers of each element. simplify or separate each compounds and determine which is soluble and insoluble compound. and cancel the same element, and then you have your redox reaction.

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