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Consider a generic redox reaction then suppose that the coefficients in the redox reaction are doubled. How will the following quantities be affected for a voltaic cell under nonstandard conditions, will they be Doubled, Halved, Squared, or No Change. Note that n is written as ?e in some documents.

X(s) + Y+(aq) ? X+(aq) + Y(s)

A) E°

B) n

C) E

D) Q

E) lnQ

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    n and inQ are doubled
    EAo and E have no change
    Q is squared

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