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(If reduction potentials are given--) A higher reduction potential means a higher oxidizing power (as it's more likely to reduce), and a lower reduction potential means a higher reducing power (as its more likely to oxidize).
Can anyone answer how we could tell without being given the standard reduction potentials? I had the same question, and I know a high E is good at oxidizing and a lower E is good at reducing. This was a question on test 2 q 5
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