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Given the Na+/Na and K+/K half-cells, determine the overall electrochemical reaction that proceeds spontaneously and the E0 value. Answer in units of V

Can you please explain the steps?

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    I don't understand the question. Is that between Na and K? Any water involved?

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    Yes, and there is no water involved.

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