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Please...how do you calculate the reduction potential for 1 M CuSO4? I've been trying for hours......!!

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Please help me I've been trying for the whole day!

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You look it up in a book if you have no other information. 1M and 25 C is the standard. My text gives +0.337.
If you have K it is
NFEo = RTlnK

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I see your problem now after reading below. I have answered in more detail below at the original post. I have shown how to do 1M and 0.1M Cu/Cu^2+.

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