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Chemistry, 02.12.2019 23:27 hard564


what is the reactant(s) in the chemical equation below?
cu(s) + 2agno3(aq) → 2ag(s) + cu(no3)2(aq)

a. 2ag(s) + cu(no3)2(aq)
b. 2ag(s)
c. cu(s) + 2agno3(aq)
d. cu(s)


what is the reactant(s) in the chemical equation below?  cu(s) + 2agno3(aq) → 2ag(s) +

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