of the metals pb, mg au and na which will not spontaneously donate electrons to copper in solution

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Explanation : In the given series of elements Na falls after the Cu in the reactivity series, for Pb it also falls after Cu, and for Mg it is the same.

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How can you tell if an element has been reduced? A. The number of its electrons has not changed in the reaction, B. It has a positive oxidation state …