# Inorganic chemistry

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Pt, Br^-, Br2 !! Pt, Fe^2+, Fe^3+

What I found in the standard reduction table was

Br2(l) + 2e^- ==> 2Br^-(aq) = 1.07

and Fe3+ ==> Fe2+ = 0.771

Are these the right values?

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Yes, those are the right values.

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