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Homework Help: Chemistry/Electrochem

Posted by Andres on Monday, October 1, 2012 at 2:27pm.

Consider a cell at 299K:
line notation
Fe-Fe2+(1.39)--Cd2+(2.35)-Cd

Given the overall standard reduction potential of the cell is -0.038. What will the concentration of the Cd2+ solution be when the cell is dead?

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