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The components of ordinary gunpowder are elemental sulfur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate. When gunpowder explodes, these components react as follows:

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������������������ Sulfur���� Carbon��� Potassium nitrate

����� 16K2O(s) �� +� � 16CO2(g) �� +�� 16N2(g)�� + � 24SO2(g)

Potassium oxide�� Carbon dioxide � Nitrogen�� � Sulfur dioxide

For this redox reaction, the reducing agents are __________ and __________.

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