Problem: Which substance below is the strongest reducing agent? See the attached table of standard reduction potentials.a) Li+ (aq)b) Li (s)c) F– (aq)d) F2 (g)e) H2 (g)

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Which substance below is the strongest reducing agent? See the attached table of standard reduction potentials.

a) Li+ (aq)

b) Li (s)

c) F (aq)

d) F2 (g)

e) H(g)

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