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Posted by Student on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 11:02am.

One half-cell of a concentration cell consists of a silver wire dipping into a 1.00 M solution of Ag+. The second half-cell consists of a silver electrode in a solution containing an unknown concentration of Ag+. The measured cell potential was determined as 226 mV at 25C. Calculate the molarity of Ag+ in the unknown solution to 3 significant figures.

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