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Consider the following redox equation.
Mn(OH)2( s) + MnO4( aq) → MnO42–( aq) (basic solution)

When the equation is balanced with the smallest whole number coefficients, what is the coefficient for OH( aq) and on which side of the equation is OH( aq) present?



▸ 4, reactant side

▸ 4, product side

▸ 6, reactant side

▸ 6, product side

8, reactant side

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