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CALCULATE DELTA G FOR REACTION
Cu2(aq)+2Ag(s) gives Cu(s)+2Ag(aq)
Given,
E0 Ag+/Ag=0.80 v and E0 Cu2+/Cu=0.34 V

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    Eorxn = -0.8 + 0.34 = -0.46
    dG = -RT*ln*K

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