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Calculate the potential at 25∘C for a cell that has the following ion concentrations: [Ag+] = 1.0×10−2M , 3.2×10−2M .

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    Your post isn't very clear. Do you mean this is a concentration cell with one half cell of 1E-2M and the other 3.2E-2.
    If so then Ecell = -(0.05916/1)log (dilute/concd)

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    Sorry!
    Consider a galvanic cell that uses the reaction
    2Ag+(aq)+Sn(s)→2Ag(s)+Sn2+(aq)

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    What is Ag? What's the other number for?

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