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The electrode reaction is written by showing the transfer of electrons from reactants to products, this is indicated by the charge symbol of the respective elements. True or false?
The electrode reaction is written by showing the transfer of electrons from reactants to products, this is indicated by the charge symbol of the respective elements. TRUE.
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