What are reduction reactions used for?

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Oct 6, 2015

Answer:

In electrochemistry.

Explanation:

A reduction reaction is usually used in combination of an oxidation reaction to result in an oxidation-reduction reaction or RedOx reaction.

This reaction is very common in our daily life and the best example to this is the battery.

Did you imagine your life without batteries?

Here is a video taking about RedOx reactions and their usefulness in electrochemistry and describing a galvanic cell.