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Why is lithium the strongest reducing agent in the periodic table?

The Eo value (reduction potential) depends on the three factors i.e. sublimation, ionization and hydration enthalpies. With the small size of its ion lithium has the lightest hydration enthalpy which accounts for its high negative Eo value and its reducing power

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