Please check out my profile. There, you will find a question titled Balancing Redox Reactions which has been posted by me. It's the only question which I have posted in Chemistry till date, so it shouldn't be difficult to find. I only knew the final answer to the question, not the method/way to solve it. it's been a long time, yet still no one has posted a solution to that, and it has been solved only by 1 person. Pls tell me how to go about balancing that reaction. I have tried it by using the general methods such as ON No. method, Ion-electron method etc. However, they seem to be giving me incorrect equations. The answer given by me is perfectly correct. I am sure of it. Any and all help is appreciated.

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You mean using the relations between the coefficients to form algebraic equations, right??

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Yeah

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