Redox Reactions in Real Life?

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Redox reactions are chemical reactions where atoms have their oxidation state changed. There are many real life examples, like the corrosion of steel. The decompositions of medications, like morphine, is another example.
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Examples: corrosion of steel, decomposition of drugs (eg, morphine) photosynthesis, respiration, nitrogen fixation, etc. Examples OF EQUATIONS: Zn(s) + Cu2+aq) → Zn2+aq) + Cu
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