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What are some examples of redox reactions that occur in everyday life?
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Burning of wood (for example a match) or so: organic compounds will be oxidized by air oxygen.

A battery.

Silver (e.g. knife and fork) become black with time because the silver reacts with the sulfur in the air and forms sulfides. (silver being oxidized by sulfur compounds)
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