Balance the following redox equation, identifying the element oxidized and the element reduced. Show all of the work used to solve the problem. Cr2O72- + I-yields Cr3+ + I2 I need to finish

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Balance the following redox equation, identifying the element oxidized and the element reduced. Show all of the work used to solve the problem. Cr2O72- + I-yields Cr3+ + I2 I need to finish

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@firesquad It is not an easy job, let me know when you are online I can help you step by step. Otherwise follow some tutorial http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Analytical_Chemistry/Electrochemistry/Redox_Chemistry/Balancing_Redox_reactions#Balancing_Redox_Reactions
a tutorial on this would be very helpful

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