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    @taramgrant0543664

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    Help please, @.Sam. Thanks!

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    What do you know about redox reactions?

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    Cd is more easily oxidized than Pt

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    I think the Pt is plating the Cd, right?

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    Which means that the Pt is going from a cation to metal thus it is being reduced.

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    Yes when Pt is reduced then it is the oxidising agent

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    Sweet, and Cd is the reducing agent, right?

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    Cd metal.

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    And cadmium went from 0 to 2+, which is oxidised

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    Awesome, thanks so much!

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