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The C2H2 us being oxidized, electrons stripped away, and the oxygen is being reduced, accepting electrons and in this case, carbon and hydrofen are coming along for the ride.

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Q: What is the oxidation and reduction in 2C2H2 plus 5O2 equals 4CO2 plus 2H2O?
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