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Renee Grange 1I wrote:How is platinum used in redox reactions?
It is basically a way for electrons to enter a solution of ions. For example, if you were reducing Fe 3+ tp Fe 2+ (both of which are ions), you would use a platinum electrode to transfer electrons to the Fe 3+ to reduce it to Fe 2+. I hope that this helps!
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