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The _____ agent is the substance in a redox reaction that accepts electrons. A. oxidizing B. reducing C. buffering D. half-reaction
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User: The _____ agent is the substance in a redox reaction that accepts electrons. A. oxidizing B. reducing C. buffering D. half-reaction

Weegy: The A. reducing agents is the substance in a redox reaction that donates electrons.
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The OXODIZING agent is the substance in a redox reaction that accepts electrons.
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